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What Does an Educative Curriculum Look Like in Practice?

In “What Is an Educative Curriculum?” (the first post in this blog series), we defined an educative curriculum. Now that we have explored the definition, let’s take a…

Jan 8, 2019  |  By Kelli Cedo & Isabel Sawyer
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What Is an Educative Curriculum?

Here at Collaborative Classroom, we talk a lot about curriculum that is designed not only to support student learning but also to teach teachers and improve their practice.…

Dec 15, 2018  |  By Isabel Sawyer
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Professional Learning: Coaching Inquiry

One of my greatest surprises in the transition from Cornerstone Literacy to Collaborative Classroom is that having a well-structured curriculum does not guarantee a robust reading and writing…

Apr 16, 2018  |  By Wendy Seger
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What is on your winter break reading list? In 2017?

Recently, I was engaged in professional learning webinar. As the conversations took the usual twists and turns the focus turned to professional reading. The discussions and chat box…

Dec 1, 2016
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Ode to Joy! High-fidelity in the Classroom

We are delighted to feature a blog post by Mary Tavegia. Over the years I have enjoyed reading research on how music affects the brain, particularly the positive…

Oct 26, 2016  |  By Mary Tavegia
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Implementation Fidelity: Trusting Programs, Honoring Teachers

When my school decided to adopt CCC’s (then DSC’s) Making Meaning, Making Meaning Vocabulary, Being a Writer, and SIPPS programs (as well as a new math curriculum) all in the…

Oct 18, 2016  |  By Michele Krank
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