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Caitlin MacLeod-Bluver, BetterLesson Coach

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How Do I Increase Student Engagement in Distance Learning?

With many schools starting the year either fully remotely or in a hybrid model, teachers are once again thinking outside the box of a traditional[...]
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Teaching in a Hybrid Learning Model: 3 Ways to Use In-School Time

With states across the country still grappling with COVID-19, more and more districts are rolling out plans for a hybrid instructional model: some[...]
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Stop the Slide: Using Data-Driven Instruction to Address Academic Gaps

We're all eager to return to our classrooms: to see our students, to set up our rooms, and to return to some normalcy. However, returning to school[...]
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Distance Learning: 4 Great Ways to End the School Year

In a traditional setting, the end of the school year is filled with lots of field trips, celebrations, and reflections. Teachers keep students[...]
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Distance Learning: Supporting Students with Disabilities

With most schools' doors closed for the remainder of the year, many educators and families fear that students with disabilities will be at a[...]
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Distance Learning: Supporting English Learners

Our country's English learners are among the millions of students currently trying to stay on track while at home. For these students in particular,[...]
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Distance Learning: Supporting Students' Social-Emotional Needs

In these unprecedented times, more and more schools are making the transition to distance learning - whether that’s online or low tech approaches.[...]
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3 Tenets of Culturally Responsive Secondary Literacy Instruction

Across the country, we have a deep literacy problem: According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), in 2019 only 35% of 4th[...]
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Understanding our Own Implicit Bias: 5 Tips to Becoming a More Reflective Educator

Teachers are busy—we are unit planning, lesson planning, adopting new curriculum, attending team meetings, calling families, looking at data, putting[...]
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