Monthly Archives: January 2015

Re-teaching point of view

They just did not get it … is  a phrase constantly voiced in faculty and content meetings in schools everywhere. If they would have been taught to read better … unfortunately, comes next and sessions are saturated with negativity and lackluster approaches to … Continue reading

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Simple revisions go a long way

Smaller tasks can go a long way.   To halt the constant hands on hips, teachers must think differently  to ensure students are finding success in monumental task. For instance, students must “improve their essay” is a vague but heavy … Continue reading

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