Great site from Stanford and Jo Boaler
From Simon Armitage - "Now that we have such open, free online resources it is time to reconsider how we, as teachers, present them to students and how we manage to get the best out of both digital and traditional opportunities."
From Jennifer Gonzalez - "What is social justice, and how does it fit into the curriculum?"
Good list of math resources from Shelly Terrell
Instead, I use it to review those basic Algebra 1 skills that many students have either forgotten or did not master during their Algebra 1 year. I give these basic practice sets well in advance of the corresponding Algebra 2 topic that I will be covering in order to get them prepared. I assign one “Problem Set” of about 10 problems a week. I also give a variety of problem types in the problem sets. Students are able to rework each problem until they get it correct, meaning that they are able to receive full credit on their problem set each week with just effort.
From Larry Ferlazzo - There has been a lot written about The Every Student Succeeds Act (The Best Resources On The No Child Left Behind Reauthorization Process), though not as much on how it will affect English Language Learners.
More great stuff from Larry Ferlazzo
From Larry Ferlazzo - Thanksgiving Resources –
In my massive The Best Sites To Learn & Teach About Thanksgiving, you’ll find quite a few resources included that offer different perspectives from the dominant cultural view of the holiday.
Interview with Sue Jones on utilizing Open Education Resources (OER)
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