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August 02, 2018
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Want to get struggling readers enthusiastic about reading? Here’s how
struggling readers

With 10 million students in grades K-12 struggling to read, taking those struggling readers from disengaged to enthused may seem like a huge feat. However, doing just one thing to take action can cause a wave of reaction throughout the entire school. In a recent edWebinar, Nelda Reyes, a dyslexia…


Wisconsin’s Equitable Reading Plan Gains Efficiencies, Volumes of Content & More

The goal: To provide consistent and accessible reading and learning to all of Wisconsin’s K-12 students, regardless of location or school size. But how to undertake such a big initiative and fund it was the challenge. Discover what Wisconsin did to reach their goal and the results of their achievement.


Political & organizational savvy–it’s not just about the kids

Some educators tell me they “aren’t political.” They don’t want to get involved in the “drama” of the organization. They went into teaching to avoid all that organizational “stuff.” Yet as Steve Maraboli, behavioral science academic, once tweeted, “Your fear of the truth does not hide or dilute it.” We…

More Than 40 New Things We Saw at ISTE 2018

Creativity, artificial intelligence (AI), and digital competencies were just a few of the many trends at ISTE 2018. This year’s conference was one of the largest, with packed sessions and presentations, and 18,540 attendees–a new attendee record. It was nearly impossible to see and attend everything the conference had to…

25 things to try in your classroom next year

As schools across the country close for summer, teachers are, understandably, breathing a sigh of relief. But the learning doesn't stop just because students leave classrooms. Summer is one of the most popular times for teachers to engage in professional learning. Without the daily demands of a classroom full of…

3 ways I instill a growth mindset in my students

For my math students, having a growth mindset—the belief that intelligence can be developed through application—removes the idea that some students are good at math and some students never will be. This is crucial in math classrooms, especially as students progress through their academic careers. When their mindset shifts, their…


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