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EL Education 17m
When students are so engaged in their learning that they take it home! 😍 This is why
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Sarah Arnold 53m
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Abby Boruff Feb 26
Kicked off Unit 2 of module 3 with ...the poster walk was supposed to take 20 minutes. You can hear the background noise in this video. My kids were all engaged and discussed wonders and notices for 45 minutes. Pollinators are FASCINATING! 🐝🦋🦟
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StandardsWork Feb 27
This thread is a very worthwhile read. The best case for moving to grade level text for all students is made by the teachers AND the students who're doing it.
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Jordan Barbour 16h
My proud authors! 🎉 They worked so hard on their Choose-your-own-adventure narratives!
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Beth Caperton Feb 26
I was asked to look at CKLA and give my thoughts. The more I looked the more interested I became. We are now on our 2nd unit. The content knowledge being built and the vocabulary is amazing. My Ss are learning all about the revolutionary war.
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American Reading Feb 26
Research indicates 2 months of reading skills can be lost over a single summer. Have you begun thinking about your summer reading program? Allow us to help
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Karen Delay Feb 25
Gettin my middle school math on today with the Secondary Math Instructional Materials team!
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Lize Bailey 48m
Check out 's newest video about Module 4, featured on our First Grade Foxes YouTube Channel. ❤🦊
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Curriculum Matters Feb 27
15 hours per week... almost 2 days... on materials creation!!! Superintendents talk about the cost of adopting curriculum. What about the cost to teachers of NOT adopting a curriculum?
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Phillip Holt, Ed.D. Feb 26
Incredible teachers like Mrs. Watkins are enjoying teaching again by using . Planning has gone from Google searches to putting their craft into lesson delivery.
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American Reading Feb 26
“…students’ opportunities to broaden their vocabulary knowledge & develop strong reading comprehension skills are likely to be greatly enhanced when they have abundant access to printed texts & engage actively w/ these texts.”
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KnowledgeMatters Feb 27
“Super stressful” = life before high-quality curriculum:
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StandardsWork Feb 27
Notable changes in the way educators are talking about curriculum coming from districts that have selected high-quality curriculum:
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Headrick's Happenings Feb 24
Same with .A little over 1/2way through 2nd grade with 2 student led Socratic seminars:what can be learned from studying fossils &how pollinators help plants grow and survive.I'm amazed by them on a daily basis & it gives me such hope for the future.
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Phillip Holt, Ed.D. 20h
We were in Gallatin looking implementation today! Way to go Benny Bills and Howard Elementary Schools...there are some powerful teachers doing great things!
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Ashlea Graves 24m
🗣Huge shoutout to 3rd grade class for inviting us to their celebration of learning! My students ABSOLUTELY loved hearing the scene rewrites from Peter Pan!
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Millicent Smith 21h
And thank you for your conviction & dedication in providing learning experiences for students!! 🐝 Great Teacher➕HQIM➕Professional Learning ➡️ Student Learning & Joy for Learning. AND teaching, btw!! 🧡
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EL Education 15h
“Their engagement skyrocketed because they saw more purpose in what they were learning.” Watch how educators from Grand Valley Center for Family Learning adapted the EL Education to further engage students.
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American Reading Feb 26
🎸 When students feel ownership and accountability for their learning, they thrive!
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