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Teaching writing to ELLs across the curriculum: Strategies for success

Reading, writing, listening and speaking. Educators know the importance of these essential skills for student success, and a brief review of instructional standards will show an emphasis on these four skills. Traditionally, the instruction...

source: By: Erick Herrmann
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Students in Mandan, North Dakota, who do not speak English as their native language can get high school credit when they take a new course for English language learners. The Mandan School Board approved the curriculum at its meeting, superintendent Mike Bitz said. As is...

source: Bismarck Tribune

After a long stretch as the law of the land, annual standardized tests are being put to, well, the test. Recently, the Senate education committee held a hearing on the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind law and, specifically, on testing. The committee's chairman,...

source: NPR

At a Senate education committee hearing on how the No Child Left Behind law should be rewritten, the subject quickly turned to standardized testing and whether the federal government should maintain NCLB's annual testing mandate. Witnesses and legislators talked about the...

source: The Washington Post

Educators literally have a "world of knowledge and resources" at their fingertips, as one director of curriculum and instructional technology declared in response to THE Journal's national survey. "What better way to learn about the situation in Syria than tweeting #Syria...

source: THE Journal

Inquiry-based learning has been around in education circles for a long time, but many teachers and schools gradually moved away from it during the heyday of No Child Left Behind. The pendulum is beginning to swing back towards an inquiry-based...

source: MindShift

While home environment, access to books, and social and economic factors all play a part in children's literacy development, brain differences also play a crucial role. Left-brain activity in struggling readers is often underconnected — like two city suburbs that have...

source: District Administration Magazine

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