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What has Changed In Literacy Education Since ILA 1990

What has changed in literacy education since ILA 1990?

In 1990, I attended my first International Reading (now...
Frank Serafini
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By Frank Serafini | This week

In Praise of Formative Assessment

When I first began my high school teaching career back in 1973, my credentials consisted...
Dan Kennedy
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By Dan Kennedy | 12 Mar

Making Students into Problem Solvers

Whenever I list my goals for any mathematics course I teach these days, the first goal on...
Dan Kennedy
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By Dan Kennedy | 8 Feb
Dan Kennedy
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By Dan Kennedy | 7 Jan

Why Voting Carries a Profound Meaning

A lot of young people are cynical about politics. We often hear that “it’s all...
Dan Shea
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By Dan Shea | 30 Oct

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 18

Listening To Students’ Mathematical Ideas

I have the pleasure of working with and learning from...
Zachary Champagne
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By Zachary Champagne | 27 Aug 18
Donald Bear
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By Donald Bear | 13 Aug 18
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