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Education Week 16h
"The best place to start" when teaching "is by getting to know your students."
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Education Week 13h
Jack Bradley spends half his school day in a resource room and the other half in AP classes. He says the system often fumbles in dealing with "twice exceptional" students like him.
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Education Week Dec 8
12 areas school leaders should focus on in 2019:
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Education Week 17h
“I live in parallel universes—the universe of special education and the universe of not-so-special education.” High school student Jack Bradley says the system often fumbles in dealing with "twice exceptional" students like him.
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Education Week 7h
How to be a better mentor to your student-teachers:
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Digital Directions Dec 12
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Education Week Dec 8
What administrators get wrong about teachers (and how that can change):
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kaneeah jones 23h
": "There is nothing more effective than a school building where adults get along, respect each other, and have the same goals." 10 non-standard ideas for teachers gearing up for the new year: " Amen
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Education Week Dec 11
Ways to differentiate instruction for :
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meChoices 13h
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Cinimon 5h
“The profession and our education are not weak,” says teaching fellow Abigail Morgan of Ohio University. See what she has to say in response to criticism about teacher-preparation programs in the U.S.:
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Education Week Dec 6
Disadvantage Is Not Destiny: Equity from a global perspective
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Digital Directions Dec 12
"Perhaps the most pervasive barrier is that, in many schools and districts, the system remains stuck in conventional routines and definitions that have changed little in decades," write and
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EdWeek Opinion Dec 11
“To achieve better outcomes, we must learn to work differently,” says LaVerne Srinivasan of . Read why, and how this can help avoid limited improvements in education reform:
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Office of Ajay Veer Yadav 15h
"Looking for a way to spread some holiday joy for a teacher friend or an up and coming teacher? Make an Advent calendar for new teachers with a treat and tip for every day, writes veteran teacher Cindy Ollendyke. "
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Education Week 7h
Keeping five classes of 30 students engaged each day isn’t an easy task. shares 5 steps to help:
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Michelle Davis 13h
doesn't have to mean technology, says this education expert. 5 tips that don't involved .
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Education Week 14h
Want to personalize learning? Computers aren't the answer.
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Education Week 17h
Honor a student by writing a thoughtful letter of recommendation.
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EdWeek Teacher Dec 12
Is it time to teach math like a language? Jeannine Diddle Uzzi of the University of Southern Maine discusses the possibility of doing so, and why we need to destroy the myth of “college-level math.”
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