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Reading & Literacy What Is Morphology? Should Teachers Include It in Reading Instruction?
Teaching about word parts—such as prefixes, suffixes, and roots—may help students develop their academic vocabularies.
Sarah Schwartz, November 22, 2023
8 min read
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Teaching Opinion The 4 Ways Teaching Is Like Yoga
My newfound yoga hobby gave me a few epiphanies I can take from the mat to the classroom, writes one high school teacher.
Allison Kilgore Thompson, November 17, 2023
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Teaching Opinion What Does Successful Differentiated Instruction Look Like in the Classroom?
Many teachers struggle to adapt lessons, believing they lack resources, planning time, and classroom-management support. They don't need to.
Larry Ferlazzo, November 16, 2023
16 min read
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Classroom Technology Khan Academy Plans to Shake Up Writing Instruction With AI Tool
Chatbots designed specifically for K-12 education are expected to proliferate rapidly over the next few years.
Alyson Klein, November 15, 2023
3 min read
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Mathematics Q&A This Educator Uses Coding and SEL to Make Math More Engaging
The idea is to help kids learn how to think, not just memorize, and collaborate with their peers.
Lauraine Langreo, November 14, 2023
4 min read
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Reading & Literacy U.S. Parents Think Reading Instruction Is Going OK—Until They See National Test Results
Most parents also seem to favor phonics as an approach to word-reading, a new survey finds.
Sarah Schwartz, November 14, 2023
5 min read
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School & District Management Opinion Want to Drive Student Learning and Instruction? Pick 3 Priorities
By focusing on fewer objectives, schools can accomplish more and have a greater impact.
Peter DeWitt, November 12, 2023
4 min read
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Social Studies Opinion 'We Exist': How to Learn About Native Americans Through Native Lenses
A Navajo scholar offers both perspective and resources for making Native American Heritage Month part of your classroom.
Farina King, November 8, 2023
5 min read
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Reading & Literacy 'Science of Reading' and English-Learner Advocates Reach Common Ground
Two groups have aimed to find consensus in one contested area of the reading wars.
Sarah Schwartz, November 3, 2023
4 min read
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Teaching Opinion What Socrates Can Teach Us About K-12 Instruction Today
The Socratic method, like every “learning strategy,” depends on the skill with which it’s employed.
Rick Hess, October 30, 2023
2 min read
Reading & Literacy Video What Is the Orton-Gillingham Method for Teaching Reading?
As states move to "science-based" reading approaches, a program developed for dyslexic students gains wider traction. See it in action.
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Reading & Literacy These Researchers Are Seeking Consensus in the Reading and Math Wars
Working toward a narrower, shared goal can help foster productive dialogue.
Sarah Schwartz, October 23, 2023
4 min read