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Posts from September, 2018

Assessing Knowledge and Cleverness in the Math Classroom

It took me many years of teaching to figure out that my...
Dan Kennedy
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By Dan Kennedy | 25 Sep

3 Ways To Cope With Change

Change. To some people, that word evokes many different types of emotions: excitement,...
Kelisa Wing
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By Kelisa Wing | 24 Sep

Getting to Know Students on a Personal Level

Martin Luther King said, “The good neighbor looks beyond...
Kelisa Wing
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By Kelisa Wing | 17 Sep

The Power of Student Choice

Student choice is a powerful tool for transforming classrooms! It’s a cost free, low...
Becca Foxwell
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By Becca Foxwell | 10 Sep

Reading is Not Just a Grade!

My heart broke when a former student’s mom told me that her now 6th grade son, Dan,...
Becca Foxwell
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By Becca Foxwell | 10 Sep

Don’t Cut Your Read Aloud!

Time is the never-ending struggle in the classroom. I hear it over and over again and...
Becca Foxwell
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By Becca Foxwell | 4 Sep

6 Ways To Fit In Your Read Aloud

As teachers we are often caught in the struggle of trying to fit so many things into our...
Becca Foxwell
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By Becca Foxwell | 4 Sep