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I am thankful for so many things...and no matter how difficult life can get, this is the perfect time of year to reflect on all that we ..read more
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One question I get all the time is, "How do you work your thinker tasks into your daily instruction?".  Today I thought I'd share a little ..read more
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Today is my day to blog over at Upper Elementary Snapshots, and I hope you'll stop over to check out some of the lesson ideas I am sharing ..read more
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"Planning for assessment" is a phrase that we might not use that often.  PLANNING for instruction?  Isn't it just something we DO?  I ..read more
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Here we go!  On to challenge 3.  If you are just joining us, I have linked to all the other posts related to this summer math challenge ..read more
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One thing I try to do for ALL subjects in the summer is to create a yearly content plan that helps me with curriculum pacing and other ..read more
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 I often hear teachers stressing out about how they can get everything they need ready for all their book groups, standards-based grading ..read more
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One group of students who I think we often ignore is those students who are solid readers, are compliant--but aren't "engaged readers".  ..read more
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Fourth grade reading is tough.  Many students have "unlocked" the key to reading...they can read most of the words and can track ever- ..read more
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Today is my day to blog over at Upper Elementary Snapshots!Check out my ideas about teaching leads, reviewing other skills, a quick writing ..read more

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