Ten Tips for Teaching About the 2016 Presidential Election

The United States presidential election gives educators a unique, real-world teaching opportunity to help students understand the U.S. election process, what it takes to become president and to get e... Read More...

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The New First “R”

In the era of ed reform, redefining the Three R’s is a political pastime. “Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships” seems to be a common favorite. This reframing is well-intended, and sometimes enlighten... Read More...

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The Reading-Writing Connection

A strong correlation exists between reading ability and writing ability. But it’s much stronger in one direction than the other. Some students who read well, write well. But almost all students who ... Read More...

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Our Students- Learning's Untapped Resource

My first day as a high school English teacher introduced me to 174 sophomores. I was only a few years’ older than they. I had an imposing desk waiting for me in each of the rooms I shuttled through. ... Read More...

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To Teach Math Well, I Had to Re-Learn It and Try a New Approach

I love math, and I love teaching it. But it wasn’t always this way.     Read More...

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FROM THE EDITOR

The 2015/2016 school year is all but done. So how’d you do? If you are reading this, you are most likely a principal, superintendent or other administrator at the district or local level. When w... Read More...

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MARCHING TOWARDS COMPETENCY Competency Based Learning: Instruction that Matches the Needs of Each Student

In theory, the choice is simple. Continue to implement a time-bound; age-based; one-size-fits-all curriculum-driven instructional model that has not served us well for many decades. Or choose to deve... Read More...

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Ten Tips for Teaching About the 2016 Presidential Election
The New First “R”
The Reading-Writing Connection
Our Students- Learning's Untapped Resource
To Teach Math Well, I Had to Re-Learn It and Try a New Approach
FROM THE EDITOR
MARCHING TOWARDS COMPETENCY
COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION
STUDENT WELLNESS: INCLUDE BRAIN WELLBEING
THE OLD MAN AND THE KID
THE PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE
Executive Function Skills: The “X” Factor in Early Education
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The Most Useful Study You’ve Probably Never Read
Web Filtering: Finding the Right Balance for Student Safety
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EVIDENCE IS EVERYBODY’S BUSINESS
THE ONE ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE VS. COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION
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CLASSROOM CURRICULUM FOR TEACHING STUDENTS & TEACHERS
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AUTISM FOR LEARNING IN GROUP ENVIRONMENTS
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