TCHERS' VOICE: Differentiation

TCHERS' VOICE / Engagement

Sparking Joy in the Classroom with Student-Formulated Questions

Editor's Note: This is the first of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question Institue (RQI), a nonprofit educational organization. RQI makes it possible for all people to learn to ask better questions and participate

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TCHERS' VOICE / Differentiation

Start with Art!

By Brett Bigham
March 18, 2019

Most often I use this column to adapt an existing lesson that has been shared on Tch for a Special Education classroom. I want to share one of my favorite ways to begin the day.

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TCHERS' VOICE / Professional Learning

Spark Motivation in Your Students with Success Criteria

By Marine Freibrun
March 05, 2019

Think about a time when you were learning something. Did you know where you were going in the learning progression? Did you understand the outcome? Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, Olivia Amador, and Joseph Assof (2018), authors

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TCHERS' VOICE / Professional Learning

Could You Teach If Words Lost All Meaning?

By Brett Bigham
February 08, 2019

Imagine you step into your classroom tomorrow and all the kids were strangers and none of them spoke English. I had the immense honor of being asked to travel to Bangladesh to meet some of the

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TCHERS' VOICE / English Language Arts

Where Have All the Phonics Gone?

By Kathryn Starke
January 18, 2019

Walk into any classroom and observe the language arts instruction that's taking place. What do you notice about the teaching and learning? Do you see small group reading instruction, whole group reading instruction, paired reading,

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