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May 08, 2015 Indicators in Middle School Help Predict Progress toward College Readiness ›
Although the nation’s high school graduation rate recently topped 80 percent, many students who choose to go on to college arrive under prepared. Early warning systems have been developed to...

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May 07, 2015 Unexpected Benefits of Redesigning a Course ›
Back when America Online was the biggest Internet service provider in the market, what game was extremely popular and came free with Windows 95? Solitaire. Why was solitaire so popular on those...

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May 07, 2015 Behavior Matters ›
We all know that behavior matters, and it can have a significant impact on a child’s academic and overall success. But behavior is complex, and identifying and implementing effective strategies...

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May 06, 2015 What It Means to Be Teacher Famous ›
Teachers know what it’s like to be famous. To be talked about around dinner tables, spotted in a grocery store, emulated by adoring fans and held dearly in the memories of students for a...

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May 06, 2015 How Do Components of the Learning Process Fit Together? ›
How do we assess the capabilities of our students? What are the components that contribute to the learning process, and how do they fit together? Pearson’s Research & Innovation Network has...

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May 06, 2015 Peer Talk: Choosing a Paint Color is a lot Like Choosing a Major ›
Recently, I have been spending time with my two-year-old son, Rocco, teaching him about colors and how to paint with them. I usually take out a few large pieces of blank paper, set out all the colors...

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May 05, 2015 Pearson Student Advisory Board helps first-generation college student increase his career readiness and employability ›


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May 05, 2015 Online learning tools help a disabled veteran pursue her dream ›


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May 05, 2015 The Elusive Search for “Best Practice” ›
With the state-led effort to adopt new standards combined with government policies such as Race to the Top, educators face increasing pressures to adopt “instructional shifts” that will help students...

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May 05, 2015 Great Teachers ›
I’m currently reading Confidence (Moss-Kanter), which describes confidence as a natural path builder towards winning. Throughout the book, I’ve had numerous, internal chicken-and-egg...

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October 17, 2017 Myriam Met - Presenting New Vocabulary So Students Will Remember It ›
Have you ever taught students new vocabulary one day only to discover they don’t remember it the next? Maybe you’ve had students who do well on a vocabulary quiz and then can’t use it just a few days later. In this session we’ll look briefly at research says helps students remember new words and then we’ll explore a number of ways that we can introduce new words so students will not only remember what they mean but also be able to use those words when they speak or write.
October 17, 2017 Sarah Diczok - Differentiation in the Latin Classroom ›
This session will provide strategies to support diverse learner populations in the classroom as well learning styles. In addition, you will have the opportunity to share your classroom strategies.
October 17, 2017 Kathy Swan - The Wizard of Inquiry: Finding your own ruby red slippers ›
To unlock the mystery of inquiry one must go on an arduous journey….Only the truly gifted educator will be able to complete this odyssey. Hyperbole aside, social studies teachers might be experiencing fatigue as inquiry teaching and learning can sometimes be made to seem akin to reaching educational enlightenment. But, experience shows us that inquiry is how we learn best. Rather than thinking of inquiry as something new, we will spend time making current practices of inquiry visible. Then, we will spend time delving more deeply into the Inquiry Design Model (IDM) (http://www.c3teachers.org/idm) and the way in which the model helps to support both teachers and students engaged in inquiry
October 18, 2017 Amy Winters - Utilizing C3 in the K-5 Social Studies Classroom ›
October 18, 2017 Juan Cabrera - Incorporating Complex Text and Primary Sources in the Classroom ›
This webinar will help you take the difficult task of incorporating complex text and primary sources into a successful one for your students. We will provide strategies, resources, and examples to help debunk the stigma that these items are too difficult for your students!
October 18, 2017 Rich Sayers - Building Rigor in the Spanish Classroom ›
This session provides practical solutions for building rigor in the Spanish classroom. The session explores how to develop communicative proficiency, hone literacy skills, and implement authentic resources.
October 18, 2017 Michelle Hines - Literacy + Social Studies = Empowered Student Citizens ›
Create confident and independent citizens by applying metacognitive reading strategies to Social Studies texts. Use informational texts and primary sources to practice important critical thinking skills that build content and academic vocabulary development and encourages students to support arguments with evidence. Learn strategies for students to demonstrate understanding through reading, writing, listening, and speaking in the classroom and beyond!
October 19, 2017 Lucy Amarillo - Real-Life Experiences Using Authentic Spanish Resources ›
This session explores how to use authentic resources in the Spanish classroom to bring real-life language and culture to your students. We will discuss ways to support different types of students with appropriate tasks and focus on instructional strategies that make the use of authentic resources effective.
October 19, 2017 Caroline Kelly - Reading in the Latin Classroom; Strategies for Success ›
This session will show you how to make the most of the Latin readings in your textbook so that reading is not an afterthought but rather a place where language learning begins. Discover a variety of strategies that will increase your students’ confidence in reading Latin from level 1 to AP. Join the discussion and plan to share strategies that you have found useful.
October 19, 2017 Keishla Ceaser-Jones - Building Social Studies Across K-12 ›

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