05.21.2018
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Epic Fail: School Programs Dedicated to Failing

No one likes to fail. It can be embarrassing and upsetting, but the truth is that failure is actually a…

04.29.2018
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Keith Kocinski: Guest Judging the Mr. and Miss Super Amazing Pageant

Earlier this year I had the opportunity to share a story with you hopefully raising awareness about young people with…

04.23.2018
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Arielle Hixson: A New Perspective on Americans and the Holocaust

It has been over 70 years since the Holocaust began. Seventy years, yet the amount of time that’s passed doesn’t…

04.05.2018
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Azia Celestino: 5 Things I Learned from World Autism Awareness Day

April is Autism Awareness Month, and this year, the United Nations hosted its 10th annual World Autism Awareness Day observance….

02.28.2018
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Women’s History Month Lesson Plan: Malala Yousafzai and Susan B. Anthony

In celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we’re unlocking this Channel One News interview with Malala Yousafzai. We’ve created a…

02.15.2018
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A New Perspective on Tutoring: Helping Students with Special Needs

Recently, I had the privilege to spend a day with the Peer Tutor students from Tooele High School in Utah…

01.23.2018
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How to Talk to Students About Traumatic News Events

Disasters can be finite or ongoing. They can be acts of nature such as a hurricane, flood or earthquake—or they…

11.29.2017
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A Lesson Plan for World AIDS Day

December 1 is World AIDS Day, a day for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV and AIDS….

11.10.2017
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Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Lesson Plan

December 7 marks National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Last year, Channel One News visited Pearl Harbor to commemorate the 75th…

10.31.2017
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Media Literacy’s Link to Speaking and Listening Skills

After two decades teaching, Erik Palmer has coached countless students through the basic steps of forming a good argument. Drawn…

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