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Students Use Graphic Organizers to Improve Mathematical Problem-Solving Communications

"Let me give you a math story problem." This sentence often strikes fear in many middle grades students as well as some teachers. As international comparisons, national commissions, and state assessment results...
Author: Alan Zollman
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Tags: Math

Quick Activities to Keep Students Focused

Well, it's almost spring. Time to try to get those students to stay in their seats and listen to you. How can you do that? With several different 10- to 15-minute activities. Try these in your English/Language Arts...
Author: Kathy A. Powenski
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Show, Don't Tell: Activities for Image-Driven Writing

Today's students must be able to learn and express themselves in myriad ways, yet reading, writing, and speaking remain the primary vehicles. Thus, language arts still...
Author: Carol Baldwin
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Tags: Writing

Losing the Fear of Sharing Control: Starting a Reading Workshop

We stood in the empty classroom. Lisa looked up at me. "I couldn't understand what I read last night," she said. I looked at her, speechless. The class was reading a novel, and I wondered why Lisa had been failing...
Author: Lesley Roessing
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