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When We All Teach Text Structures, Everyone Wins

When We All Teach Text Structures, Everyone Wins

Teachers of history, science, and other subjects are now expected to weave literacy instruction into their teaching of content. But how should they do that? What are the most effective ways to help st

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Technology, Presentation, and Design Videos

Technology, Presentation, and Design Videos

Click on the title to go straight to the video. The technology involved is shown in bold: Diigo (1 of 3): Organize Your Research with Diigo Diigo (2 of 3): Online Collaboration Using Diigo Groups Di

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Classroom Management Videos

Classroom Management Videos

Click on the strategy to go straight to the video: 5-Second Solution Distract the Distractor Notebook Strategy, Part 1 Notebook Strategy, Part 2 5-Second Solution When I observe teachers, I see one

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Instruction and Assessment Videos

Instruction and Assessment Videos

Click on the strategy to go straight to the video: Chat Stations Concept Attainment Crumple & Shoot In-Class Flip Inductive Learning Jigsaw Mind’s Eye Nightly Reading Homework: Best Practices for Pa

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How to Use the Reciprocal Learning Strategy

How to Use the Reciprocal Learning Strategy

This cooperative learning strategy takes the idea of "working in pairs" up a notch. Continue Reading →

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Should Science Be a Political Issue?

Should Science Be a Political Issue?

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Connect Your Students to the World Using Your Cell Phone

Connect Your Students to the World Using Your Cell Phone

Before the digital age, teachers often had limited choices when responding to an eager-to-learn student with a question to which they did not know the answer.  A teacher could say: “I don’t know,” and

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