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A NEW Angle: Creating Equity in Education

I have found that that in order to have equity in education, we must create it. Our society, not to mention our educational system, is not set up…

Feb 14, 2018  |  By Joshua Cole
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Being a Reader Small-group Reading Sets 1–5: What I Have Learned About Using Data and Reteaching Decisions!

I would like to revise my thinking that I shared in a previous blog, Stop! Yes, Stop! Before Intervening, Consider…Being a Reader Small-group Reading Sets 1–5. Just like…

Feb 14, 2018  |  By Gina Fugnitto
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Introducing Intensive Multisensory Instruction for SIPPS

Are you striving to support students identified with dyslexia? Are you striving to support students with other significant challenges in learning to read? Are you currently teaching the…

Feb 8, 2018  |  By Gina Fugnitto
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Collaborative Classroom Convening

This week, Collaborative Classroom will host our Collaborative Classroom Convening in Berkeley, CA. This event brings together many of our district partners (including Sioux Falls, Seattle, Alameda, Omaha,…

Jan 30, 2018  |  By Kelly Stuart
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“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall”

Most of us remember the famous Robert Frost poem “Mending Wall” from our high school days. Frost ruminates on the issue of a wall and how it separates…

Jan 5, 2018  |  By Paul Houston
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Conferring: The Magical Cake of Instruction

In the words of Carl Anderson, “Conferring is not the icing on the cake; it IS the cake!” Jennifer Serravallo and Gravity Goldberg also remind us that “conferring…

Jan 5, 2018  |  By Isabel Sawyer
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