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September 13, 2014
Back-to-School Nights & Building Relationships
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Watch how teachers create a sense of belonging in class, see how they shine a light on star students, and even get the shyest learners to join in.
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Tch’s Lily Jones has compiled a list of tips to help your night go swimmingly.
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Take a look at the five classroom setups with the most votes (great stuff!) and borrow the best ideas.
Sarah's Notes

Sometimes I think we get so focused on trying to unpack and implement the Common Core that we forget one of our important roles in making this implementation stick: helping our larger communities, especially parents, understand it, too. With back-to-school nights on the horizon and communication with parents getting underway, we want to fill your back pocket with some resources you can turn to when parents start to ask questions. I'm sure that parents will find them helpful — and these succinct and friendly resources will continue to bolster your confidence as well.

Sarah Sarah Sig
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
Tchers’ Voice
Img LeftGet great tips from teacher Ashley Hurley on how to honor the process of seeking and receiving valuable feedback.
 
Q&A: Answer These Questions
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