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June 11, 2016
This Week: Start Your Summer Learning Off Right
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Tch Laureate Crystal Morey leads an online book study focused on the book, Hacking Education: 10 Quick Fixes For Every School. Register now!
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Kyla Burns provides another great tip for making the shift towards NGSS: developing lessons that leverage the power of video.
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In this video, middle school teacher Brian Mulvaney seeks to improve his practice through peer observations and coaching.
Notes from the Tch Laureates

I can feel it! One week until I get to breathe, relax, and kick my feet up. And I can’t wait. However, as much as I wish I could sit still, the reality is my summers are often spent gearing up for the next school year. Summer is a time for me to recharge, but also a time to consider how I’m going to make needed adjustments to my practice and help create a better, more workable system within my building. So for my summer learning this year, I’m facilitating a book study using the text, Hacking Education: 10 Quick Fixes for Every School. I hope some of you will consider joining me as we rethink our processes, our practices for instructional growth, and our current school climate, and encourage ourselves to become teacher leaders advocating for change.

As we wind down and cross this year’s finish line, may we all honor the growth we’ve made — and look forward to the opportunities that await.

Crystal MoreyCrystalMorey

Teacher Channel Laureate
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Before you head out for the summer, take five minutes to reflect on how your practice grew this year.

Tchers’ Voice
Img LeftJulia Payne-Lewis experienced “lighning in a bottle” at the most recent Tch TeamsFest. Find out more.


 
Img LeftTch Laureate Josh Parker describes the four ways as an instructional coach he has facilitated teacher voice and collaboration in his work.

 
Q&A: Answer These Questions
Q: I need to prepare a social skills lesson on identifying the difference between friendly teasing and hurtful teasing for a group of 6th graders. Any suggestions?
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Q: What are some critical literacy strategies for elementary classrooms?
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