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December 27, 2014
This Week: Your Favorite Tch Moments
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It’s time for Teaching Channel’s year in review — and what a year it’s been! We took a look at what you watched and read and collected the best of the best right here. Check it out.
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This blog from instructional coach Lily Jones was your favorite Tch resource in 2014. Don’t miss the ten great lesson planning templates and resources.
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Take a look at our hit series showcasing how ten Deeper Learning networks emphasize academic mastery, real-world experiences, and self-directed learning to prepare students for success in school, college, and their future careers.
Sarah's Notes

I wrote this blog at the end of summer as I was getting ready for another crazy school year. Burning out was definitely a concern. As we end one year and start another, I’d like to acknowledge how hard our work is, and give us some reminders of how we can live a more balanced life as teachers. Enjoy!

Sarah Sarah Sig
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
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Tchers’ Voice
Img LeftWe couldn’t be more grateful that you are a part of our educational community. Teaching Channel’s CEO Pat Wasley shares an end-of-the-year note of thanks to all of you.

 
Img LeftThis was one of our most popular PD exercises this year. Did you try it? It’s not too late! Focus on the instructional moves that help teachers release the responsibility of learning to students.

 
Img LeftWe’re reading Leaders of Their Own Learning by Expeditionary Learning’s Ron Berger, and we have some books to give away. Find out how you can win a copy.

 
Q&A: Answer These Questions
Q: Does anyone have simple student data performance trackers?
Q: Can you describe the steps of an "ideal" coaching cycle?
Q: Are there any good examples of a student-led classroom?
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