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5 Tips to Survive the End of the School Year

Since it's May, I've been thinking quite a bit about the end of the school year. Here are my suggestions for surviving the end of the school year so you can have a relaxing summer, and so you can come back at the start of next school year refreshed and organized.

source: By Aileen Miracle
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International student assessments are commonplace today, though none existed before 1965, and few countries participated at the outset. Seven countries have participated in international assessments for almost...

source: Thomas B. Fordham Institute

In one of her undergraduate history seminars, Harvard professor Drew Gilpin Faust recently discovered that the majority of her students could not read cursive. To them, it was like a foreign language. This is not surprising as cursive was not part of the Common Core educational...

source: KQED

Assessments have much wider implications than just being a tool to judge attainment and progress. Good assessments drive independence and learning, as well as motivate and shape students into being receptive and responsive to feedback. Bad assessments can embed fixed mindsets,...

source: Edutopia

The latest results of the longest-running study of state-funded pre-K in the nation strengthen the case for universal programs open to all young children. Released Sept. 20 by researchers at Georgetown University, the results show that...

source: The 74

I spent 18 years as a high school mathematics teacher, but it wasn't until I became the K–12 director of mathematics at my school that I was able to truly see many wonderful activities happening in the elementary math lessons that...

source: Edutopia

One way for teachers to register and document children's learning is through learning stories that make their everyday school life visible. Influenced by the Reggio Emilia approach, this pedagogical concept holds that every child is a unique...

source: Edutopia


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