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Human Beings Were Never Born to Read!
Learn how appropriately integrated technology provides opportunities for students to explore challenging concepts and critical skills individually and as part of the whole class.
Struggling adolescent readers are in danger of dropping out of high school, being unprepared for college and putting their future lifetime earnings at risk.
Learn practical instructional strategies—based on a foundation of language acquisition principles—that can easily be incorporated into any lesson to develop a mastery of academic language and, subsequently, independent learners.
Making the Common Core State Standards obtainable and teachable requires that the literacy standards be "unpacked" into manageable pieces for both the teacher and the students, and the best instructional practices be utilized, remembering that "the standards cannot be caught; they must be taught"
Teachers are the most important assets in the classroom, and technology shouldn’t try to replace them—it should empower them. Watch video to see how Velocity works as an online teacher aide while classroom teachers spend more face-to-face time with students who have been identified as struggling on their real-time data dashboards.
Learn how to promote reflections and reflective thinking in the math classroom to provide students with opportunities to really think about how they use specific problem-solving strategies. By doing so, students will be better equipped to justify their answers because they can explain why they chose the operation, why they chose a particular strategy, and, more importantly, why it makes sense.
After implementing LANGUAGE! Live and LETRS, Knox County Schools was recognized for their outstanding achievement.
The CCSS identify learning behaviors and qualities that authors hope to encourage, such as perseverance in solving problems. These habits are critical for all students, across tiers and populations. This session discusses the importance of building collective practice in order to teach the Capacities of Literate Individuals and Math Practices standard across all tiers of service.