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Family Engagement: Engaging the Disengaged
Parents are an essential part of our success with our students; we need them. We had to figure out how to get them onto our campus.

Powerful Ways to Foster Lifelong Learning Skills
students must become the teachers. The point is that they never stop being learners. This is what it means to be a lifelong learner.
30 Inspirational Quotes Everyone Should Read [Infographic]
inspirational quotes shared by some of the greatest innovators and achievers in history. Although aimed at business people, they are just as applicable to anyone in any field, and at any point in l…
This Boston company finds an innovative way to support student literacy | NewBostonPost
CommonLit has become a helpful resource for teachers by hosting several important literary works on the website and allowing educators to use the readings in their lesson plans. Teachers can browse…
How I’ll be learning in 2016 – EDUWELLS
It’s that reflective time of year again. It’s now that educators like me consider what will define – good summary, attractive graphic
Three Ways I’ve Become A Better Listener
in order for a student to open up about their thinking and for me to truly hear and understand them, I need to remove judgment of them as people and mathematicians. I’m now an expert questioner…
Family Engagement: Engaging the Disengaged | Edutopia
Parents are an essential part of our success with our students; we need them. We had to figure out how to get them onto our campus. Today, 95% of parents and caregivers show up to back-to-school ni…
10 Great Critical Thinking Activities That Engage Your Students
“Students can create identity charts in collaboration with each other to determine their character’s viewpoint. When they can adequately represent their character, what follows is a “cafe…
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