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3 Ways to Improve Your Students’ Problem Solving Skills

By: Hilary Kreisberg, Ed.D. and Kit Norris, M.A.Posted 07/20/21
3 Ways to Improve Your Students’ Problem Solving Skills

Have you ever wondered why students often struggle with problem solving in math? Well, problem solving is… challenging! And, if problem solving is difficult, then teaching how to solve problems is even more demanding. There are some common reasons we believe teachers struggle to support students in developing problem solving skills.

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5 Essential Routines for Developing Early Writers

Kindergartners come to school with a fear of writing, and we did it to them. As classroom teachers, we need to break down the insecurities and build their independence. It’s easy, if we start from the beginning. From the first day of school, providing clear and concise writing instruction with step-by-step supports, the fear will fall, and the student will soar.

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5 Steps to Reaching Academic Equity in Your Schools and Classrooms

Effecting Change for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners gives teachers the opportunity for teachers everywhere to effect change for their learners. Here are five steps to reaching academic equity in your schools and classrooms.

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How to Make After School Programs Engaging in Today’s Classroom

Since After School programs can look different and are able to support all students with a range of environments and instructional programs, after school programs can be designed to meet the range of needs in engaging and relevant ways. Students can be provided with rich and complex instruction, encouraged to solve problems, and consider difficult content, learning vocabulary and new content to support their daily instruction.

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Using Inquiry to Achieve Equity: Inquiry-Based Learning for Social Studies

Today more than ever social studies teachers have an opportunity. We have an opportunity, and an obligation, to provide our students not with static, one-dimensional content from a textbook, but rather content that will provide students with the disciplinary knowledge from multiple perspectives from all those that have contributed to our collective history.

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How Social Emotional Learning and Mindfulness can support Teachers and Students

While Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) has been around for a long time, it is quickly becoming one of the most talked about topics in education. If you’re like us, you’re probably thinking: IT’S ABOUT TIME. If you are relatively new to SEL and Mindfulness, that’s great. We are here to guide you.

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