March 16, 2013See All Newsletters
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Hi Member,
Spring is literally around the corner (the first day is next Wednesday) and that means all of us who’ve been cooped up by winter weather are ready to get outside.
When it comes to the classroom, there’s another way to think about getting “outside.” It’s what we mean when we ask students to make their learning explicit, to take what’s churning inside and make it visible.
Today we’ve got three videos that are short on length but long on strategy to help your students get “outside” with their thinking and learning!
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
I love this idea from Ms. Novak—she shares the Common Core standards with students before they start a lesson in order to help them really see their purpose for learning. And don’t miss her sage insights about why students need to read the standards.
Mr. Crandell gets students to show what they know by using daily exit tickets as a “low-stress assessment” that helps him plan future lessons.
See how Ms. Simpson uses “talk moves” to give students the language to take their great responses and make them public for all to share.
Looking to help fellow educators answer questions? Or a place to find great answers? Check out these Q&A posts, or post your own!
Teaching Channel recently surpassed 200,000 registered members. CEO Pat Wasley shares some thoughts on how the community is growing so quickly: because of YOU!
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