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Meeting the Needs of All Learners: A New Learning Domain

In our blog post on January 21, we highlighted recent updates to our website. Since then, we’ve been taking a closer look at some of the new elements[...]
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Blended Classroom Design: A New Learning Domain

In last week’s blog post, we highlighted updates to our website. Over the next few weeks, we’ll take a closer look at some of the new elements[...]
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Infusing Student-Centered Literacy Practices into an Established Curriculum

This is the fifth blog in our Newsela student-centered literacy blog series. You can find the previous installment here and the subsequent, and[...]
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Scaffolding Academic Discussions for English Language Learners

This is the third blog in our Newsela student-centered literacy blog series. You can find the previous installment here and the subsequent[...]
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Unpacking Student-Centered Instruction for Literacy: A Blog Series

Student-centered literacy instruction is a skills-rich and text-robust approach to teaching literacy that emphasizes student choice and ownership of[...]
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Top 5 Instructional Strategies for Student-Centered Teaching and Learning

One of the most prominent themes in K-12 education right now is student-centered instruction.  Brown University Education Alliance defines a[...]
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Four Tips for Making this School Year Your Best One Yet

The 2019-2020 school year is upon us! It feels like just a few weeks ago we were saying goodbye to students and colleagues and heading into a summer[...]
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Top 10 Ways to Get Students Speaking in the Target Language (Part 2)

Last week we started our three-part series on supporting students to speak in their target language. In this post, Kelly provides strategies for[...]
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Top 10 Ways to Get Students Speaking in the Target Language (Part 1)

As much as world language teachers spend much of their curriculum developing 3 out of the 4 modes of communication (reading, writing, and listening),[...]
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Creating a Student-Centered Routine for In-Class Presentations

Learning to speak in front of others and express ourselves clearly are not only  Language Arts skills, but skills that are applicable to all content[...]
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