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Tap Out! A Quick & Fun Way to Formatively Assess Almost Anything!

Tap Out! A Quick & Fun Way to Formatively Assess Almost Anything!

By Rita Platt Looking for a fresh, fun way to quickly and easily assess your students’ progress? Try having them   “Tap Out!” Step 1: […]

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“Slant” it: An Alternative to the Flipped Classroom for Practical Teachers

“Slant” it: An Alternative to the Flipped Classroom for Practical Teachers

Featured Articles, The Toolbox January 26, 2013 at 7:07 pm Comments are Disabled

By: Rita Platt The “Flipped Classroom” is all the rage these days. Educational journals, blogs, and chat rooms, are flooded with the concept of “flipping.” […]

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Schools Cannot Do It Alone: Chapter 4

Schools Cannot Do It Alone: Chapter 4

The Shift May 1, 2012 at 11:55 am 1 comment

SCHOOLS CANNOT DO IT ALONE by Jamie Vollmer A book study: Please participate in the discussion by leaving a comment below. Part 5 in a […]

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A book study: Schools Cannot Do It Alone

A book study: Schools Cannot Do It Alone

The Shift April 6, 2012 at 10:26 pm 4 comments

The following is a message from New Richmond Teacher, Scott Heron, who has graciously agreed to share his book study with We Teach We Learn.  […]

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5 Things I Finally Understand About Teaching and Learning

5 Things I Finally Understand About Teaching and Learning

Featured Articles January 29, 2012 at 5:43 pm 10 comments

By Rita Platt What is your philosophy of education? This was the question that the professor asked us in my second year of my teacher […]

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Building a new university

videos January 27, 2011 at 6:51 pm Comments are Disabled
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3 Techniques for Brain Based Differentiation

3 Techniques for Brain Based Differentiation

Action Research, Got Brains? May 27, 2010 at 1:39 pm 2 comments

I had accepted a job as a 7th grade language arts teacher, and I was ecstatic to have a job where I could share my love for reading. However, I had no idea how to best teach these early adolescents who everyone seemed to be scared of. This lead me to the action research project I undertook for my Master’s Degree: brain based differentiation. This series of articles outlines what I learned.

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The Teen Brain Pt 2: Feedback

The Teen Brain Pt 2: Feedback

Action Research, Got Brains? May 24, 2010 at 2:25 pm 5 comments

I had accepted a job as a 7th grade language arts teacher, and I was ecstatic to have a job where I could share my love for reading. However, I had no idea how to best teach these early adolescents who everyone seemed to be scared of. This lead me to the action research project I undertook for my Master’s Degree: brain based differentiation. This series of articles outlines what I learned.

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Classroom strategies for interactive learning. Buehl, D.

Annotations May 21, 2010 at 11:01 am Comments are Disabled

Buehl, D.  (1995).  Classroom strategies for interactive learning.  Schofield, Wisconsin: Wisconsin State Reading Association. An Annotation by Laurie Walsh This book is loaded with practicality!  […]

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The Power of the Human Voice (Thread)

The Power of the Human Voice (Thread)

Education 2.0 January 15, 2010 at 8:54 pm Comments are Disabled

As I sat down tonight, my original intent was to simply post this video in the Video of the Day section and be done with […]

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