Mary Jo Groeneveld asks:
What are some tools teachers can use to address new common core standards while developing creative thinking? Teachers are in a constant vice grip of time with too much curriculum to cover with unrealistic differentiation expectations for ever increasing numbers of students. They have a hard time justifying the time needed to move away from focused cognition. Do you have a collection of quick techniques, “tools” that teachers can insert easily, thus successfully into their structured, fast paced test and retest and report data regimen?
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