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This week: How do you plan a lesson that works for all students?

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Hi Member,
Have you ever planned a lesson with one student in mind? See student-centered lesson planning in action:
  • [K-5] Learning through the Eyes of Kyane - Focus on one student's experience of a lesson in a UK classroom. Think about how you can reflect on your lessons in this way.
  • [6-8] New Teacher Survival Guide: ADHD in the Classroom - What do you do when a student has a meltdown?  Watch how one teacher skillfully supports students going through frustration.
  • [9-12] Florida School for the Deaf and Blind - My favorite moment? (9:04) Students "see" waves with tuning forks and a pan of water.
Many of you have written to us asking for films relating to special education. Have more requests? Send an email to requestline@teachingchannel.org by November 7th. We're planning future filming now.
Marie

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We've noticed that a lot of TCHers are spending time on our Common Core videos, the subject of last week's newsletter. We are happy to see that the Common Core videos on our website - including overviews, teaching practices, and lesson ideas complete with supporting materials - are attracting many viewers and are inspiring creativity in lesson planning! 

Whether you have general questions on the common core, specific feedback, or want to share a classroom experience, we encourage you to drop us a line and let us know what's on your mind!

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@WallMath

We caught you stealing ideas - red handed! Seen on Twitter:

"I am going out on a limb and giving this a try with my classes today! It's called "My Favorite No."

About how it went..."I was on such a high yesterday, I told all my collegues about the great results! Kids were evaluating!"

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