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Features professional development resources to improve the teaching of reading and writing by giving insights to practical instructional strategies and more.

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Includes resources, materials, and lesson ideas for working with students with special learning needs.

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Features professional development courses and materials encompassing reading and writing teaching techniques, assessment ideas, interactions with interpreters, and more.

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Spring 2012 Issue

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Getting Creative About Literacy Instruction

The Spring 2012 issue of the Teacher PD Sourcebook highlights instructional efforts that, against difficult odds, are showing signs of success in bringing reading and writing to life for today's students.

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Learning Forward
A report from the Learning Policy Institute adds to the mounting evidence that not only confirms the value of effective collaboration but also details what it looks like. (06/20 12:14 pm)
Coach G’s Teaching Tips
I never worked harder in or out of the classroom than I did when preparing and presenting two lessons per class. Yet despite my diligence, ability grouping was ineffective, as ... (06/01 09:15 am)
Leading From the Classroom
On Friday, August 3, the US Department of Education hosted Transforming the Teaching Profession: A Teacher Leader Convening. The purpose of the meeting was to gather teacher ... (08/05 09:55 am)


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Is There Enough Focus on Teacher Collaboration?

In the Fall issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review, a scholar argues that the level of teacher collaboration in a school—what she refers to as a school's 'social capital'—can be a powerful factor in boosting student achievement, perhaps even more powerful than individual teachers' abilities. How strong is teacher collaboration in your school? How well does current education and school-level policy support trust and substantive interaction among teachers? What could be done to improve schools' social capital?

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