Entries related to: differentiation

Lesson Planning GPS: A Practical Navigation Guide

Lesson planning is as important to your teaching journey as a GPS is to any road trip. Early...

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Teaching Channel Talks 45: Unfinished Learning to Soaring Achievement

Unfinished learning is usually a result of disruption in learning, causing students –...

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A Snippet about NGSS Storylines

I am the type of person who likes to read the end of books… especially mysteries. I love to know...

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Communicating with Posters for All Learners

Brett Bigham supports teachers in differentiating their instruction. In this blog, he unpacks a...

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What Can Teachers Do to Improve Student Attendance?

Across the country, states are holding schools accountable for student absenteeism rates. This...

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Hip Hop For Change: Education is Key

I incorporated Hip Hop For Change Inc (HH4C) in 2013 with the idea that I could use grassroots...

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Duo of Videos on Building Community and Curiosity

In New York City, educators attend thoughtfully designed learning visits at schools in order to...

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Support Language Learners with Confianza

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Taking on Culturally Relevant Real-World Learning

Now more than ever, cultural relevance is a crucial ingredient for the success of our schools,...

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Teaching is a Listening Profession

We listen to hear what our students understand. We listen to hear our students’ emerging...

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Using the Question Formulation Technique to Rebrand Libraries

Rebranding the Library

In an effort to defy the restrictive, historical caricature of libraries...

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Student Empowerment Practices

In New York City, a team of folks are sharing promising practices across the city by providing...

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Creating a Culture of Questioning: Inquiry in Lower Elementary

Editor's Note: This is the third of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question Institute...

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Keeping A Proactive Management Mentality

Many teachers are resigned to one unfortunate truth: minor misbehavior happens in every...

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My QFT Journey: KICKSTARTING STUDENTS' MINDS with Questions

Editor's Note: This is the second of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question...

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Sparking Joy in the Classroom with Student-Formulated Questions

Editor's Note: This is the first of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question Institue ...

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Start with Art!

Most often I use this column to adapt an existing lesson that has been shared on Tch for a...

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Spark Motivation in Your Students with Success Criteria

Think about a time when you were learning something. Did you know where you were going in the...

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Could You Teach If Words Lost All Meaning?

Imagine you step into your classroom tomorrow and all the kids were strangers and none of them...

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Where Have All the Phonics Gone?

Walk into any classroom and observe the language arts instruction that's taking place. What do...

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