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  • Math Practice Standards: Using Appropriate Tools Strategically

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2206_PD_MPS_E_5.mp4   The Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice outline critical skills that prepare students to use mathematics to confidently solve problems and justify their solutions. One of  View Post

  • Active Learning Strategies for Student Engagement

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/1403S-11.flv   Engaging students in the classroom can sometimes be a challenge. However, by using active learning strategies, you can break up the traditional lecture and draw  View Post

  • Guide Student Reading Comprehension with the RATE Method

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2187_PD_TS_S_14.mp4   The ability to dissect and understand a text means much more than just reading it. To help her students comprehend complex texts, Christy Reasons, a  View Post

  • Using Practical Equity Walkthroughs to Close Achievement Gaps

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2044-PD-PEW-2.mp4   In the circles of education, it is widely accepted that an achievement gap exists between Brown, Black, Asian, and White students. This racial achievement gap  View Post

  • Practical RTI: Monitoring Student Progress

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2020_PD_RTI-4.flv   A successful response to intervention (RTI) program includes three key proficiencies: creating and administering assessments, monitoring student progress on an ongoing basis, and making decisions  View Post

  • Student Collaboration and Engagement

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2128_PD_ILN_4.mp4   Waukesha STEM Academy (part of CCSSO’s Innovation Lab Network) is taking a personalized approach to learning, beginning with their nontraditional definition of STEM—Strategies That Engage  View Post

  • Back to School: Attention Getters

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2187_PD_TS_E_7.mp4   School is just starting, and the rules, routines, and techniques you establish in your classroom on day one make a difference all year long. Creating rules  View Post

  • Creating a Math-Task Culture in the Classroom

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2163_PD_MATHTASKS_3.mp4   Increasing students’ critical thinking is a major objective of math tasks, the task-based approach to math instruction. Teachers design math tasks to engage students in cognitive  View Post

  • Four Strategies to Support Student-Centered Learning

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2162_PD_ILN_2.mp4   Student-centered learning looks different in every school, because individual students have individual learning needs. At the Manchester School of Technology (MST) in Manchester, New Hampshire,  View Post

  • Personalization and Pathways for Student Success

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2166_LB_BATTELLE_4.mp4   The second of six drivers of student success highlighted in the LumiBook, Global Education Study: Six Drivers of Student Success is “personalization and pathways for  View Post

  • Benefits of the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2125_LB_IT_5.mp4   In 2011, the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium released the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards as a resource to help move to a consensus  View Post

  • Common Core in the Classroom: Research and Persuasion

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2182_GA_1ELA_SBuquoi_CCC.mp4   Ms. Stephanie Buquoi, a first-grade English teacher at Shiloh Point Elementary School in Cumming, Georgia, facilitates her students’ development of research and persuasive writing skills  View Post

  • Teaching with Math Tasks: Systems of Equations

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2163_math_HS1_1.mp4   “There’s a lot of research that tells us that if you start with a mathematical task first, then students develop conceptual understanding before they start  View Post

  • Building Student-Centered Learning Communities

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2057-PD-SCL-1.mp4   In the student-centered instructional model, students take ownership for their learning, often choosing their own projects to meet their goals rather than simply receiving information,  View Post

  • Closing the Achievement Gap through Practical Equity Walkthrough Teams

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2044-PD-PEW-2.mp4   Talking about race and equity in education can be uncomfortable, but for change to take place, equity education must move to the forefront and become  View Post

  • Teaching Strategies for Elementary and Secondary Students

    http://upload.content.pd360.com/PD360/media/video/SD/2187_PD_TS_E_10.mp4   This week, we wanted to share segments from our newest PD 360 program—Teaching Strategies. Elementary: This strategy for elementary students is demonstrated by two school teachers  View Post