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08 Jul: Three Thoughts for Instructional Leaders

Summer is the perfect time for instructional leaders to pause, reflect, and make moves for next year. Instructional Leader Courtney has three thoughts about how to move forward with a plan and purpose.

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06 Jul: Refreshing Your Summer Reading List

Need some new ideas for your (or your children’s) summer reading list? The Lit Gals have some suggestions for you!

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24 Jun: Don’t Panic! Let’s Unpack the Standards!

Are computer science standards something you’re suddenly expected to teach too? Don’t panic! Jen Stewart makes them approachable & doable!

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22 Jun: Resources to Get the Business Going

Bo Gibson wraps up his 3-part series on student run businesses with ready-to-use resources to help you get your student-run business off the ground.

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15 Jun: Canvas LMS: Little Tweaks for Big Gains

Canvas is a powerful learning management system which can do big things. What about the little tweaks that can have big impacts?

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08 Jun: Five Ideas to Turn a “Regular” Math Worksheet into Something GREAT!

While it’s easy to Google to find a worksheet, “easy” doesn’t mean “quality.” Explore these 5 quick shifts to move a worksheet from “meh” to “GREAT!”

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06 Jun: High Impact Instructional Teaching Strategies

These days, we hear a lot about high impact instruction frameworks to combat learning loss. Most often, we talk about these practices in theory, but how can they actually be applied to the classroom?

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03 Jun: Embracing Balanced Literacy and the Science of Reading

This post finishes exploring the six shifts we can take to maximize our literacy instruction by keeping the science of reading and balanced literacy in mind.

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01 Jun: What I Wish I Had Known

Being a freshman or a senior is filled with excitement, but there is also much worry in those years. Madysen, a recent high school graduate, offers advice to peers navigating the high school waters.

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