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Hi Member,
For all of the deliberateness and precision we apply to our teaching throughout the year, we also know that none of it is authentic without those most human moments in the classroom. My Teaching Channel colleague, Lily Jones, is embarking on a Reflection Fest before we close the year. It’s a series of five blogs, each celebrating a moment that gives us pause, gets us through, and gears us up:
Coming up next:
  • Biggest challenge
  • Favorite new thing you tried
  • And of course, your goal for 2014
Just as we’re about to look in the rearview mirror of 2013, we’re also ready to surge ahead by launching another year of blogs, podcasts, and webinars for Let’s Chat Core 2.0. In the meanwhile, let’s take a look at the three most popular Let’s Chat Core lessons from 2013. 

This is our last note before the year ends. We want to be sure to thank you for being such an incredible member of our community – we love working with you! Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to Teaching Channel to help us continue producing great videos in 2014 – even $10 can go a long way in helping us add your most requested videos to the Tch library.  

Happy new year! 
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel

 
3 Most Popular Let’s Chat Core Videos
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All Grades | All Subjects | CCSS
For an accessible overview of Common Core, check out this webinar.
 
All Grades | All Subjects | Planning | CCSS
Need a little tutorial for yourself or a PD idea for your colleagues? Jump into some think-alouds that will help focus your Core conversations.
 
All Grades | All Subjects | CCSS
Understanding text complexity can seem daunting, but this webinar will help you see it more clearly.
 
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The folks who made TEACH, an inspiring documentary celebrating teachers in America, are giving Tch members a free holiday screening until Dec. 29. Grab some popcorn, head over to Teaching Channel, hit the “full screen” option, and settle in for movie night.