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Teacher Clarity, Even From a Distance

Teacher clarity, or the idea of teachers creating clear learning intentions and success criteria...

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How to Do the Feedback Loop in Distance Learning

During these times of distance learning, teaching is hard; and closing the feedback loop is...

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I Want to Get Better at... Assessment

Planning a lesson and designing instruction can be an exciting process. Delivering that lesson...

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Four Ways to Gather Student Feedback

As another school year comes to a close, I’d bet that you and your students are looking forward...

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Rethinking the Teacher Role: 3 Practices to Elevate Student Engagement

I’d be very surprised to find a teacher that has fallen asleep at night thinking, “In what ways...

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Five Assessment Myths and Misunderstandings

Walking around the classroom, clipboard in hand, I moved as quickly as possible, diligently...

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Five Strategies to Assess Young Students’ Learning

When we think of assessment, we often think about tests. But good assessment is much more than...

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Project Based Learning: Assessment and Other Dirty Words

Assessment. Accountability. Benchmarks. Pacing.

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Five Strategies to Add to Your Coaching Toolbox

Whether you’re teaching or coaching, it’s easy to get into a rut. But these five videos are here...

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Collaborative Coaching: Teacher-Centered Practices in Action

From the first all staff in-service at the conclusion of summer, to the end of the year...

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Strategies for Giving Meaningful Feedback

One thing we know for sure is that the world of the neatly compartmentalized content teacher has...

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High-Tech, Low-Tech: Two Time-Saving Tools for Science Teachers

I'm a big fan of science notebooks for students. My students use notebooks to develop Cornell...

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Growth Through Feedback

One of my favorite parts of being an educator is learning. It may sound strange, but I love...

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A Climate for Great Practice: Collaborating for Student Success

The climate, or culture, of a school is one of the most important factors in its success. In...

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Supporting Great Teaching: A Tangible Vision of Excellence

My first example of love was from my parents, which is probably true for most people. Their care...

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Innovating the Evaluation Process

I am wary of high stakes, anxiety-producing, number-heavy, hoop-jumping evaluation systems.

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Getting Better At Personalized Learning

Here's a startling statistic: 40% of high school students are chronically disengaged in school....

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Assessments That Deliver Results

My nephew, who is in elementary school, suffers from anxiety. When he was in third grade, in the...

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Beyond Being Nice

When I was in the classroom, I had the good fortune to have a team teacher. We were very similar...

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Hacking Feedback: Seeking And Receiving Feedback From Students

One of my favorite education books is The Courage to Teach. In that text, Parker Palmer explores...

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