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            7 Ways to Make Teaching a More Sustainable Profession

            Tips for school leaders seeking to foster an environment?that supports, engages, and motivates teachers.
            Katy Farber
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            Tapping Students’ Interests to Develop Literary Analysis Skills

            Passion blogging is a low-stakes chance for?students to analyze texts of their choosing before they move?on to?complex literary texts.
            Allison Berryhill
          • Literacy

            3 Alternatives to Reading Logs

            Teacher-tested ideas to keep reading homework from feeling like a chore.
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            Connecting Math and Science to Reading and Writing

            Educators in K-12 classrooms are exploring unique ways to bridge the gap between math, science, and literacy.

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            Experts argue that recess is necessary for a child's social and academic development, and skipping it as punishment for misbehavior or to accommodate more seat time?is a serious mistake.
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          • Assessment

            Tools for Creating Digital Student Portfolios

            Portfolios are a good way for high school students to see and share their learning growth over time, and digital tools make it easy to set them up.
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            Students need to learn to write a formal lab report, but there’s room in science classes for them to show their learning in other ways as well.
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            Helping Students Track Their Learning

            A strategy that uses Google Forms and Sheets can guide students to accurately assess what they learn in the course of a unit.
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            Bringing Student Choice to Assessment in Science Classes

            What happens when students can opt to skip tests and instead?give oral presentations or create art to show what they know?