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What the Opt-Out Movement Teaches Students

There is a frightening new sentiment in the education world these days that it is OK for students to pick and choose what they participate in, Marika Heughins argues.
Roundtable: Are Teachers OK With Opting Out? (May 21, 2015)

A Q&A With Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson shares his thoughts on student engagement and testing, the future of teacher education programs, and why vocational education matters. (May 22, 2015)

History Lesson: Giving Students Freedom to Create Their Own Projects

Filling the last month of class can be tricky, but history teacher Brison Harvey has found a way to keep students engaged right through the end of the year: Let students create their own projects. (May 20, 2015)

What Is an Authentic Professional Learning Community?

(May 21, 2015)

Stop Using Honor Rolls

(May 21, 2015)

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Claims, Evidence, Reasoning

Claims, Evidence, Reasoning

Teacher Antoinette Pippin engages her 5th grade students in a "Claims, Evidence, Reasoning" protocol. Using what she calls "the trifecta of argument," she helps her students make claims and support their claims with evidence and reasoning.

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Classroom Management Q&As: Expert Strategies for Teaching

Education Week Teacher blogger Larry Ferlazzo investigates some of the thorniest problems in teaching by turning to leading educators and thought leaders for advice. (October 3, 2013)

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