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Here's How to Implement the 'KLEWS' Strategy in the Classroom (Video)

In Queens, N.Y., Maria Katsanos' 3rd grade class conducts scientific explanations through the "KLEWS" strategy—identifying what students already know, what they're going to learn, the evidence, what they wonder, and the scientific words and concepts. In this video, Katsanos meets with education coach Kimber Hershberger to strategize the lesson beforehand.


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