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Teaching for Triumph
Math teacher Silvestre Arcos says that bringing technology into his classroom has boosted engagement and given him more flexibility to address students' learning needs.
• Special Report: Teachers, Technology, and Tailored Instruction(July 9, 2014)
Teacher in a Strange Land
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Teachers who care do know best, and once upon a time it used to be those great teachers who committed to making the lives of all others in classrooms that much more workable, by becoming building leaders, or as we call them today, principals.
New research shows reflecting on a lesson after it’s over may improve a person’s performance on future tasks. What techniques, if any, have you seen used to encourage students to reflect on what they learned and how they learned it? Share your thoughts.
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