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A Principal's Reflections

During my training to become a teacher, I was immersed in the work of Madeline Hunter when it came to lesson plan design. Her Instructional Theory into Practice (ITIP) model helped me identify the strategies I would use on a daily basis to help my students learn.

What Are Literature Circles?

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Literature Circles are a way for students to assume a specific role in the study of something (usually a text). The post What Are Literature Circles? appeared first on TeachThought. Literacy Definitions ela

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13 Virtual School Activities that Students & Educators Love

EmergingEdTech

Virtual school activities are a great way to engage students in learning. However, virtual activities do not always have to be reserved only for homeschooled students.

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How Would You Visualize a Fraction Divided by a Fraction

Teacher Tech

Do you DO fractions or UNDERSTAND fractions? Many adults (and kids) have a fear of fractions let alone are able to understand them. When we focus on tricks and rules it is not surprise some people don't get fractions.

Intent Signal Data 101

Intent signal data helps B2B marketers engage with buyers sooner in the sales cycle. But there are many confusing terms used to describe intent data. Read this infographic to better understand three common areas of confusion.

What Kids Gain When We Don’t ‘Teach’ Books

Middle Web

Choice in reading is about student autonomy and motivation. It’s especially effective with kids who don’t like to read. Stephanie Farley’s well-honed system lets 8th graders read any text they choose AND meets standards – even though they never all read the same book. The post What Kids Gain When We Don’t ‘Teach’ Books first appeared on MiddleWeb. Articles Reading book choice learning targets middle grades reading projects reluctant readers standards Stephanie Farley