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Instructional strategies are key for a productive classroom. Here's our selection of Instructional Strategies for your summer. Instructional Strategies, Instructional Design, Lesson Plan Format, Lesson Plans, Summer Reading Lists, Educational Leadership, Teaching Science, Professional Development, Teacher Resources

Summer Reading List

Founded in 1943, ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) is an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner. Our 175,000 members in 119 countries are professional educators from all levels and subject areas––superintendents, supervisors, principals, teachers, professors of education, and school board members.

Noted inclusion expert Toby J. Karten details the essential do's, don'ts, and do betters for creating an inclusive classroom where all students are supported and receive the most effective instruction. Co Teaching, Tools For Teaching, Learning Goals, Student Learning, Gradual Release Of Responsibility, Habits Of Mind, Feedback For Students, Inclusive Education, Inclusion Classroom

Inclusion Dos, Don'ts, and Do Betters (Quick Reference Guide)

Noted inclusion expert Toby J. Karten details the essential do's, don'ts, and do betters for creating an inclusive classroom where all students are supported and receive the most effective instruction.

"It's about quality of time, not quantity." Educators share ideas on an extended school day/year via Ed Week Teacher. Education Week, Instructional Design, Quality Time, School Days, No Response, Classroom, Teacher, Inspirational, Quotes

Response: It's About 'Quality, Not Quantity, of School Time'

Elliot Y. Merenbloom, Barbara A. Kalina, Thomas R. Hoerr, Erik M. Francis, Andrew Miller, and Effuah Sam contribute their ideas on extending or not extending the school year/day.

When you, the lover, are ready, your SoulMate will inevitably come. The two currents of your life mission and purpose and their life mission and purpose are on a collision course. It is only a matter of time. West With The Night, February Quotes, Education Week, Instructional Design, Educational Leadership, Own Quotes, How To Manifest, Meaningful Words, Professional Development

Response: It's About 'Quality, Not Quantity, of School Time'

Elliot Y. Merenbloom, Barbara A. Kalina, Thomas R. Hoerr, Erik M. Francis, Andrew Miller, and Effuah Sam contribute their ideas on extending or not extending the school year/day.

In the segment, we offer strategies to help students expand their command of words in just ten minutes a day. Instructional Coaching, Instructional Design, Education Sites, Ten Minutes, Teacher Tools, Best Teacher, Vocabulary, Literacy, Leadership

Vocabulary Matters: 101 Ways to Help Students Overcome Word Poverty

Rachael George with Marilee Sprenger Vocabulary is more important than we once thought. In the

Selecting a verb for a project-based learning assignment can bring clarity to the work and help students apply their learning. Read more on Edutopia. Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Instructional Design, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Problem Based Learning, Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning

Why Your Project Needs a Verb

Selecting a verb for a project-based learning assignment can bring clarity to the work and help students apply their learning.

Be intentional with pedagogy -- both what you keep and what you drop. Listen here for big ideas. Genius Hour, Instructional Design, School Resources, Student, Drop, Teaching, Education, Big, Inspiration

Pedagogy: What Should We Keep, What Should We Dump?

Chaunte Garrett with Heidi Hayes Jacobs and Marie Hubley Alcock Join us as we look at how

3 Questions To Guide Teaching Through Learning Stations by Suzy Pepper Rollins Learning Stations, Learning Spaces, Student Learning, I School, School Stuff, School Subjects, Instructional Design, Student Engagement, Teaching Strategies

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Will the work at each station be timed? How will students transition between stations? Will there be models of work or guided examples to help students?

The need to help students do high-quality research begins with teaching students how to distinguish between fake news, bias, truth and credible sources. Listen to this podcast for strategies. Ap Language, Media Bias, High School English, Distinguish Between, English Classroom, Instructional Design, News Media, Fake News, Teaching Kids

Fake News: Teaching Kids the Difference Between Bias and Truth

Rachael George with Erik Palmer

Inquiry-based math instruction has many benefits for students. Learn more on this podcast episode. Higher Achievement, Instructional Design, Educational Leadership, Learning Process, Numeracy, Students, Knowledge, Science, Teaching

Unpacking Lesson Imaging in Math and Science

Chaunte Garrett with Michelle Stephan Join us as we discuss inquiry, lesson imaging, and how

Learn how lesson imaging can transform your math and science curriculum. Listen to this podcast for advice. Friendly Letter, Numbers Preschool, Science Curriculum, Instructional Design, Blended Learning, Education English, Healthy Dog Treats, Education Quotes, Educational Technology

Unpacking Lesson Imaging in Math and Science

Chaunte Garrett with Michelle Stephan Join us as we discuss inquiry, lesson imaging, and how

Chaunte Garrett with Michelle Stephan Join us as we discuss inquiry, lesson imaging, and how Math Strategies, Instructional Strategies, Instructional Design, Teaching Math, Problem Solving, Mathematics, Curriculum, Middle School, Coaching

Unpacking Lesson Imaging in Math and Science

Chaunte Garrett with Michelle Stephan Join us as we discuss inquiry, lesson imaging, and how

But in reality we seem rather to be the dream of somebody or something independent of our conscious ego, at least in all fateful moments. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages Michael Fisher, Carl Jung Quotes, C G Jung, Gestalt Therapy, National Nutrition Month, Gustav Jung, Anxiety In Children, Human Nature, Meaningful Words

Response: Ways to Use Learning 'Taxonomies' in the Classroom

Meghan Everette, Dr. Rebecca Stobaugh, Dr. Sandra Love, Michael Fisher, Susan M. Brookhart, Howard Pitler, and Tony Frontier contribute their advice on using learning & questioning taxonomies in the classroom.

What's the biggest challenge facing math teachers and how do we solve it? Read on for ideas. Education Week, Instructional Design, Guided Math, Big Challenge, Math Teacher, Math Resources, Mathematics, No Response, Leadership

Response: Math Can Be a 'Hard Sell'

Cathy L. Seeley, Mary Mueller, Daniel R. Venables, Nancy Villalta, Erik M. Francis and Rik Rowe discuss the challenges facing math teachers and the best ways to respond to them.

Lesson imaging is a needed shift away from traditional lecture, sit-and-get classes that motivate only a small fraction of students. Learn how to do it by reading this article. Instructional Design, Fractions, Workplace, Leadership, Career, Bring It On, Students, Teacher, Child

How Lesson Imaging Brings Math and Science Instruction Into Focus

The world is changing rapidly as advances in technology reshape the ways in which humans communicate and reason in the workplace. Here are a few ways schools can change their math focus to help.

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