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What is a Flipped Classroom and Why Flip?

A flipped classroom is when what happens in the classroom and what happens at home are basically “flipped.”  Students listen to lectures, read lessons, and complete guided practice at home and [...]

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How Well Did You Teach, Today ?

In her book Who’s Engaged? Dr. Janet Pilcher writes, here is what we know. Students emotionally experience assessments (p. 35). What does this mean for teachers and parents? We are responsible [...]

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Common Planning for Student Achievement

As teachers and leaders we want to move our low performing students to middle- and high-performing and move middle-performers to high performers. To do this we focus on consistent feedback and [...]

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Communicate Your Commitment to Students

At Hunt Elementary School in Jackson, Michigan, Principal Raczkowski-Shannon says to show our commitment to students, “We let students and their parents know that we do care about their children. [...]

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TeacherReady Learning Ladder

Teaching methodology is a widely discussed topic in the education world.  Who’s Engaged? introduces The Learning Ladder. As part of the 30 day lesson development process teachers establish an [...]

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Teaching Always Actions: Targets!

The Teaching ALWAYS Actions are part of the curriculum and are actions that a teacher must do each day to be successful in creating an engaged classroom where students are learning. Action 2: [...]