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December 19, 2015
This Week: A Top 5 List of Tch Videos And Blogs
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Discover which Tch videos and blog posts you and your colleagues watched and read the most in 2015.
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How will you relax and recharge over break? Get tips and suggestions from the Tch laureates.
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A newly released set of videos demystify the NGSS EQuIP rubric, which helps teachers identify high-quality science lessons and units.
Notes from the Tch Laureates

Over the course of the year, there are so many articles, texts, and resources, presented in a variety of media, that capture our attention. Most flit away, almost as soon as we’ve consumed them. There are a few, however, that resonate and stay with us. They permeate the teachers lounge and become the basis for school-level and even education-wide conversations. This week, we look back at some of the most popular blog posts and videos of the past year, the ones that clearly had an impact on you, the Tch Community.

Sean Sig
Teaching Channel Laureate
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