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December 20, 2014
This Week: Brain Food for the Holiday Break
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This year, Sarah Brown Wessling's list focuses on resources that inspire classroom ideas. Whether you have just one hour, five hours, or ten hours, you're sure to learn something new.
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Whether you teach science, or social studies, or have ELLs in your class, we've got some great arts integration ideas for you!
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How do you help students become independent problem solvers? See how the teachers in these 3-minute videos establish class routines.
Sarah's Notes

If you’re like me, the Winter break is a perfect time for catching up on books that will help make you a more thoughtful teacher. This list was gathered over the summer, but the titles are evergreen. Have a look and don’t forget to share what you’ll be reading!

Sarah Sarah Sig
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
Tchers’ Voice
Img LeftOur choice for the winter book club is Leaders of Their Own Learning by Expeditionary Learning’s Ron Berger. He shares a new way of thinking about how we can change the primary role of assessment. Find out how you can get a free copy!

Img LeftLindsay Young shares how she engages her English Language Learners and special ed students.

Q&A: Answer These Questions
Q: Anyone have a simple criteria chart for high school students who are writing their personal statements for college?
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Q: I am a first-year instructional coach and need advice on how to keep a coaching journal. Help?
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