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EdWeek Teacher Jul 12
1st-grade teacher, Brittany Oakley, thinks that educators might have some misconceptions about teaching vocabulary. Here's why she thinks that simply reading to students isn't enough.
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EdWeek Teacher 48m
“Stories are the classic way civilizations have passed on their ideas, values, and achievements,” writes author Joy Hakim in her 2018 Commentary. So why not include storytelling in science and civics?
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Education Week 5h
In teachers’ lounges and copy rooms all over the country, teachers complain about their students. But it’s toxic for students, and for teachers’ feelings about their work, writes Lauren Vargas.
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Education Week Jul 15
How going on vacation can make you a better teacher coach:
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Education Week 21h
Who’s responsible for implementing ? Researchers Megan Duff and Priscilla Wohlstetter analyze the current state of the law and its possible future.
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EdWeek Teacher 15h
. shares some of the systems she's trying out until she figures out a routine she plans to stick with.
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EdWeek Teacher 14h
"No space is truly safe if it does not reckon with the complete and total experience and existence a kid faces each day," writes .
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Education Week 22h
"Any offering of professional learning needs to meet teachers where they are. But to do that well, facilitators need to take the time to know the teachers and their context," writes Young Whan Choi.
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Education Week Jul 20
"When the day came to administer the first test I had designed," writes Brandon Lewis, "my heart sank."
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Education Week Jul 19
Do principals and their administrative team need coaching too?
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Digital Directions Jul 19
Want to personalize learning?Previously, the answer seems to have been: just put students on the computer. Well, computers aren't the answer. via
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Education Week Jul 19
Assessment literacy must be a priority in teacher training and PD, argues ’s Brandon Lewis.
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Education Week Jul 19
: What happened when my school started to dismantle white supremacy culture.
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Education Week Jul 19
What are the biggest mistakes made in social science instruction and what should teachers do instead?
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EdWeek Opinion Jul 19
Before expanding teacher-designed assessments, make sure teachers are prepared, says ’s Brandon Lewis.
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Education Week Jul 18
Authors explain how teachers—and students—can get the most out of their book clubs, including helping students fall in love with reading.
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Education Week Jul 18
Find all of 's "Classroom Q&A" posts offering advice on teaching social studies here:
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Education Week Jul 17
How the Trump administration is falling short on :
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Education Week Jul 17
The "Wham-O Pudding Essay Contest" theory of educational innovation:
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EdWeek Opinion Jul 16
“Let's allow our students to tell us what they can do with language instead of asking them to always make it fit into our own models,” says Olivia Obeso:
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