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Use Digital Notebooks to Facilitate Book Clubs and Literature Circles at the Secondary Level

Catlin Tucker

Unfortunately, most secondary curriculum relies on a one-size-fits-all approach to reading. I hope this secondary book club template provides teachers with a path for thinking about how they can develop grade-level skills while allowing students a degree of choice about what they read. Here is the template you can copy: bit.ly/HSbookclub.

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SUPPORTING THE TRANSITiON FROM ELEMENTARY TO SECONDARY

American Consortium for Equity in Education

We visit with the Center for Responsive Schools, Kristen Vincent, Karen Poplawski and Dr Joe Tilley on this challenge fo grade and school transition that has been there since schools were invented ………and how to make it easier for students Keep Reading SUPPORTING THE TRANSITiON FROM ELEMENTARY TO SECONDARY The post SUPPORTING THE (..)

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4 Reading Comprehension Strategies for Your Secondary Students

American Consortium for Equity in Education

However, trends—even the evidence-based ones—often Keep Reading 4 Reading Comprehension Strategies for Your Secondary Students The post 4 Reading Comprehension Strategies for Your Secondary Students appeared first on American Consortium for Equity in Education. It is grounded in what we know about cognitive science.

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Steps That Administrators Can Take to Address Secondary Trauma Stress

Insight Education Group

Schools are realizing the very real presence of Secondary Trauma Stress (STS). Secondary Trauma Stress or compassion fatigue is defined by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network as the “emotional duress that results when an individual hears about the firsthand trauma experiences of another. Lighten the load for educators.

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Incorporate Literacy Tools in K–12 STEM Subjects

EdTech Magazine

We have secondary students who have third-grade reading levels,” says Sharo Dickerson, director of digital and learning resources at El Paso Independent School District in Texas. K–12 students across the U.S. are struggling with literacy skills. “We

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TCEA 2024: Planning and Administrator Support Are Necessary to Sustain Devices

EdTech Magazine

The last bucket of Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funding expires in September. The funding cliff is looming over K–12 school districts this year. For some schools, this means scrambling to find ways to sustain the technology they purchased during the pandemic.

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5 K–12 Ed Tech Trends to Follow in 2024

EdTech Magazine

Affecting many schools’ budgets this year, the final round of the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funding expires in September. School IT administrators need to be ready to adapt as numerous shifts at the federal level create impacts throughout the education landscape.

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