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  • Math Practice Standards: Using Appropriate Tools Strategically   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   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   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   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   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   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   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   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   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   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   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   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   “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   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   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   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