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Webinar: Wonderful One Hit Wonders for Social Studies! (Gr. K-3)

On-Demand. Watch Anytime! Presented by Lori Elliott, Ed.D. Watch Capture your students’ attention with dynamic lesson hooks for introducing social studies concepts. Get learners pumped about geography,...
Differentiating Instruction: One Word that Can Change Everything

How can a teacher keep an entire class moving in the same direction when some learners are from different cultures and speak different languages,...
Differentiating Instruction: Why Readiness Matters

Students are individuals. They arrive in the classroom at the start of the school year with different interests, abilities, and skills. It is the...
Reaching for and Achieving the Common Core Reading Standards: Why Mini-Lessons?

New reading standards, including Common Core, are designed to empower students to read—and read deeply—the very foundation of success in college, careers, and life. They...
Using Singapore Math to Decompose CCSS

When decomposing the Common Core State Standards, consider making a trifold piece of paper that includes the standard at the top of the paper...
Twisting Tweeting for the Classroom

Are your students more interested in Twitter than just about anything you're trying to teach them? Today's digital natives experience the world in bite-sized...
Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement

Presenter: Marsha Spears 6 Weeks | $139 Course Starts Monthly | Earn Graduate Credit or CEUs Learn More  Register Around 30% of students in sixth grade already have trouble with...
Easy and Consistent Structure for Your Mini Lessons

Following a lesson structure keeps the brain happy! Try this structure for your mini lessons. (Mini lessons should be 10 minutes and conducted in...
Before You Start a Lesson, Ask Yourself These Questions

At the beginning of each lesson ask yourself these questions: What do I want the students to learn? How can I tell if they have learnt...
Can Existing Lessons Fit the Common Core?

Rigor is being discussed in schools and districts across the country more than ever now, with the emphasis it is given by the Common...

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