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Teaching Ahead: A Roundtable
Ability grouping may get a bad rap, but research shows that it can be an effective, low-cost intervention when used with flexibility, says the president of the National Association for Gifted Children. (May 20, 2013)
Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo
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One indication to me of good teaching is when a teacher strays from a detailed lesson plan to respond to the reality of what is happening in the class.
Ken Bernstein on what good teaching looks like.
In this video, a student voices his frustration with his teacher in front of the class. What is your take on the incident? Have you experienced a similar teacher-student altercation before? Join the discussion.
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This report takes aim at an issue freighted with emotional as well as policy implications: the impact of a school's social and disciplinary environment on students' ability to learn and on the teachers and administrators tasked with guiding them. (January 4, 2013)
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A library media specialist in Omaha, Neb., demonstrates a lesson designed to teach young students about their digital footprints. The lesson integrates online safety with communication and contextual reading skills.
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