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With the focus on SMART goals where we look at data and measurable growth in education, we have turned our… more

Pictures galore of standards wall in action.  This approach: enhances retention of content, creates connections to learning, and provides a… more

If you find yourself in need of a change in the classroom or struggling with managing a particular class, keeping… more

“Placematting” is one really effective structure for collaborative work.  What do we all hate about group work? Yep, that one… more

The digital landscape has radically changed how and what students want to learn, but have schools radically changed to meet… more

This professional learning document discusses going beyond growth mindset praise and posters.  It can be used with school and district… more

Improv guidelines and games for building literacy, problem solving, and classroom community.  This is the paper mentioned in the podcast,… more

This power point accompanies the podcast and includes some of the research mentioned and steps to facilitate skills employers are… more

This short power point accompanies podcast episode #16: 5 Instructional Habits to Kick.  This includes 5 habits to revisit plus… more

Short power point that accompanies podcast on acceleration by Suzy Pepper Rollins.  This approach has a focus on what students… more

The first edition of fun and games was popular earlier in the year: Spot the Fake, Cross the Line, and… more

This PowerPoint is a mini-workshop that can be used with teachers of all grades as to how to challenge gifted… more

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Jan 29, 2021 9

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Jun 9, 2020 52

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May 14, 2020 9

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May 3, 2020 101

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This guide provides Socratic Seminar discussion questions and a brief synopsis for every chapter of Crow by Barbara Wright.  This… more

This reading engagement guide is for the book Teaching Vulnerable Learners:  Strategies for Students Who are Bored, Distracted, Discouraged, or… more

This module provides links to resources for teaching all students more about sustainability and sustainable design at all grade levels…. more

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Even under normal learning conditions, students develop gaps.  But what learners have experienced in the abrupt change to distance learning… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Learn how inspiration from Nature can help students to envision a more sustainable world for all! Biomimicry is the focus… more

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Logic Puzzles use provided clues to either determine whether something is, or whether something is not. Through this process of… more

This guide provides Socratic Seminar discussion questions and a brief synopsis for every chapter of Crow by Barbara Wright.  This… more

This reading engagement guide is for the book Teaching Vulnerable Learners:  Strategies for Students Who are Bored, Distracted, Discouraged, or… more

This module provides links to resources for teaching all students more about sustainability and sustainable design at all grade levels…. more

Free

Even under normal learning conditions, students develop gaps.  But what learners have experienced in the abrupt change to distance learning… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Learn how inspiration from Nature can help students to envision a more sustainable world for all! Biomimicry is the focus… more

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Logic Puzzles use provided clues to either determine whether something is, or whether something is not. Through this process of… more