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Robert J. Marzano Apr 14
If is waning, do something about it. Enhance your awareness as a teacher. Require students to signal engagement, perhaps using color-coded cards. Boost their overall energy levels. Re-engage individual students. Make them aware that you're taking note.
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Robert J. Marzano Apr 15
Cognitively speaking, previewing strategies help activate students’ prior knowledge. Here are strategies to give students a glimpse of the content that the teacher is about to address.
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Robert J. Marzano Apr 15
Educators are currently satisfied if students are simply paying attention; they should surely be challenged to, on a regular basis, make their classrooms places that students leave more motivated than when they entered.
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TeachThought Apr 13
The Neuroscience Of Learning: 41 Terms Every Teacher Should Know
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TeachThought Apr 12
10 Conversations That Can Launch Project-Based Learning
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Dr. Paul Bloomberg Apr 13
EXPLORE the BENEFIT-MINDSET by | Expand Holistic-Learner Centered Systems at | Benefit Mindset: |
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Solution Tree Apr 13
As educators, we’ve associated students with being a deficit and predict they’re going to struggle, instead of valuing their 1st language as an opportunity for cultural education. These students are not burdens. They're halfway to bilingual, an enormous asset.
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NCTE Apr 13
"Without libraries what have we? We have no past and no future." —Ray Bradbury
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achievethecore.org Apr 13
Don't miss this innovative list of teacher-vetted digital tools to help students build critical skills they can use across subjects!
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ASCD Apr 13
ELLs don't always have to produce long pieces of writing to increase their proficiency, . Shorter bursts can allow them to practice important skills
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EL Magazine Apr 13
Does something "magical" happen when we write stuff down? discusses the cognitive benefits of thinking on paper:
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Teaching Channel Apr 13
How do you integrate the arts into your classroom?
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achievethecore.org Apr 13
Check out this wonderful, FREE arts education curriculum aligned to CCR standards. Doodles Academy is also looking for pilot schools to implement the curriculum!
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ASCD Apr 13
In “Every Teacher Deserves a Coach,” experts share how to reframe coaching as an opportunity “to go from good to great.”
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Mike Howard Apr 13
Have you thought about increasing student engagement with music? Great post from :
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chris sturgis Apr 13
There has been so much new information on lately that I thought it best to dedicate a What’s New just to this one topic.
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TeachThought Apr 13
A List Of 50+ Teaching Strategies To Jumpstart Your Teacher Brain
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Pondering Education Podcast with Ryan McHale Apr 13
RT and enter to win a copy of Carol's book "The Differentiated Classroom." Pondering Education: Episode 8 - "Differentiated Instruction" - is now available! Features my interview with Carol Ann Tomlinson () from the conference!
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Hopster Mar 13
Still using YouTube for your kids entertainment needs? There's a better (and safer) solution!
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EL Magazine Apr 13
“Improvement in writing is grounded in practice, in getting words on the page—lots of them. There are no shortcuts.”
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