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The Engaging Classroom

    • Teaching Tips

    Feedback For and From Students Adds Authenticity

    Finish up your week with Feedback Friday.
    • Quiet! Teacher in Progress

    Bring New Energy to Your Springtime Classroom

    Turn spring fever into a new beginning.
    • In Other Words

    Building Library Love From the Outside In

    Community outreach is the public library's lifeblood.

    • Teaching Tips

    Five Ideas That Work: Positively Poetry

    Make every month National Poetry Month with these five tips for teaching.
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    Differentiation Fills the Gaps

    Differentiation is vital to getting all students on an even playing ground.
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    Strengths of Student Diversity

    Diverse students can bring international context to lessons.
    • Teaching Tips

    The Coaching Cycle: Before, During, and After

    Putting instructional coaching into action with a three-pronged approach sets the scene for success.
    • Putting Books to Work

    Putting Books to Work: El Deafo

    El Deafo is a graphic novel with heart. Aimee Rogers breaks down classroom activities to use with the book.
    • Quiet! Teacher in Progress

    Bust the Long Winter Slog

    The March slog to spring is on.
    • In Other Words

    The Playbook for Shifting Classroom Culture

    Classroom culture can change through teacher cheerleaders.
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    Journals Need Digital Integration to Stay Relevant

    Academic journals are still useful for practitioners, but to keep younger educators engaged, authors and publishers must embrace the digital age.
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    Learning With a Literacy Coach

    In the classroom, teachers find coaching leads to collaboration.
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