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With so many changes happening often in schools, parents may struggle to understand new initiatives in curriculum and instruction. Unfamiliar vocabulary such as “number bonds,” “math situations,” and “context cues” can be bewildering. Some parents complain their child is bored in the classroom while others grumble that the curriculum moves

Teaching Methods

A paradox: Students raise their voices when they have something personal at stake. But, to be heard outside the classroom, they must meet the expectations

We have spent much of the last year reading everything we can find related to students’ ability to predict their performance (and grades), take ownership

Teachers continue to be challenged on how to accommodate for the various learning differences of their individual students. Additionally, teachers may need added support in

Professional Learning

Think back to what brought you to your job as an educator. Whether you are an administrator or a classroom teacher—and whether you are aware

Diane Sweeney, author of Student Centered Coaching: The Moves, recently hosted a webinar on how to put student learning front-and-center. Diane presents the research as

When you’re in the midst of school improvement planning to address some of the biggest pain points in your school—like literacy, equity, or leadership—there are