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April 11, 2018

Breaking the Class Ceiling: Teaching for Mastery and Enrichment

Teachers have the power to change the instructional culture of the classroom so that students get used to a quality learning experience that they do not have to pay for, benefit from and recommend to other people.

March 09, 2018

When It Comes to Equity, Expertise Matters

we cannot practice equity principles without first shifting our approach to building expertise in content, curricula and children.

January 25, 2018

It's All About the Process: Three Ways to Build Academic Muscle Within Students

In that vein, teachers can best partner with students to build academic muscle by knowing their content well, preparing lessons with multiple opportunities for students to create and revise meaning as well as assessing, giving feedback and then re-assessing student work (within the lesson).

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