Teaching with Data

Ruminating on effective ways to use data to guide instruction in the classroom and other topics.

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Four Years of U.S. Department of Education Research Shows Read 180® Effective … – MarketWatch (press release)

Posted by LAUSD Secondary Literacy/ELA on November 19, 2011

Via Scoop.itCountdown to Common Core
Four Years of U.S. Department of Education Research Shows Read 180® Effective …MarketWatch (press release)…
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The Common Core Daily

Posted by LAUSD Secondary Literacy/ELA on November 17, 2011

Via Scoop.itCountdown to Common Core

Besides discussing the teaching of reading and the Common Core State Standards, this article references to of my favorite occupations: RtI (Response to Instruction and Intervention) and dancing…
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Coming Soon to a School Near You: New Science Standards …

Posted by LAUSD Secondary Literacy/ELA on November 13, 2011

Via Scoop.itCountdown to Common Core

As school districts across the country are working diligently to unpack and implement the Common Core Standards for Mathematics and English Language Arts, another initiative has been steadily progressing.
Via www.edutopia.org

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