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December 13, 2014
This Week: Supporting All Students
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Watch how a math teacher partners with an inclusion teacher to create a step-by-step method for solving equations and supporting every student in a classroom.
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Using the arts as a scaffold helps all students develop key skills in an accessible environment. Notice how Lindsay Young introduces activities that gradually release responsibility to her students.
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See how one school pairs student needs with teacher expertise to improve learning.
Sarah's Notes

There’s no denying the intensity of the classroom. It’s bursting with energy, it’s full of contradictions, and when you consider that teachers make about 10,000 decisions a day, it’s also exhausting. I recharge by taking care of myself so that I can take care of others. Tch followed me to one of my favorite stress relievers: kickboxing. Even though I’ve never felt more vulnerable than when they had their cameras on during my workout, the experience helped remind me why it’s so important to make time for myself. Take a look.

Sarah Sarah Sig
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
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Tchers’ Voice
Img LeftPresident Obama announced $1B in public-private money for early childhood education this week. Here’s a roundup of some great free resources.

 
Img LeftKatie Novak shares how she uses the Universal Design for Learning framework to create lessons that address every student’s needs.

 
Q&A: Answer These Questions
Q: Can you recommend a good book on close reading?
Q: How do I teach higher-order thinking skills?
Q: How can I get all my students involved in our high school drama class?
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