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Problem of Practice: Use recorded and/or live video to guide teachers in being more responsive to student needs

By Angela | September 7, 2017
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The intent of John Willis’ project is to have teachers put more focus on high-yield/impact activities through intentional, reflective conversations with peers. He worked with all levels across the district […]

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Explore how grit and growth impacts students of poverty

By Angela | September 7, 2017
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Vanessa Stuart finished reading two books, Mindset and Mindset in the Classroom and was finishing the book, How Children Succeed. During the summer, the staff divided into two groups to engage in a […]

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Developing close reading and written response routines with elementary students

By Angela | September 7, 2017
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During year one, a professional learning community was developed among four neighboring schools. A summative report was provided by Susan O’Neil, which included specific goals of the project and current […]

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Problem of Practice: Use of student voice to become more of a practice for teachers

By Angela | September 7, 2017
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Year one was a pilot year to let teachers decide what kind of student feedback they wanted. As a result, teachers were seeking different kinds of information for the first […]

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