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Posts from November, 2017

Giving Your Students the Choice and Voice

In our lives, we gravitate towards things for two...
Pam Allyn
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By Pam Allyn | 27 Nov

Moving from Conversation to Action

I am guilty in the past of complaining about students. One student, Mike, caused much...
Kelisa Wing
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By Kelisa Wing | 13 Nov

Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Science

Phenomena — observable facts or events — are the ideal...
Michael Comer
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By Michael Comer | 9 Nov

3 Steps to Prepare for the Striving Readers Grant Competition

If you are in a state that has been awarded the Striving...
Grace Stopani
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By Grace Stopani | 8 Nov

What does Inquiry look like in Social Studies?

What does inquiry look like?  Though often used,...
Kathy Swan
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By Kathy Swan | 8 Nov

Effective Reading Scaffolding Strategies for Social Studies

With the ever-increasing rigor and expectations in reading...
Teresa Morrison
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By Teresa Morrison | 8 Nov

Engaging High Performing Students

As a math textbook author and teacher, one of my challenges is engaging my highest...
Dan Kennedy
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By Dan Kennedy | 6 Nov

Cybersecurity Now Touches Everyone’s Life

While we tend to think of our mobile phones and our...
Jim Brazell
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By Jim Brazell | 3 Nov
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