Uncategorized

Thinking Routines using the ALM

In this post we explore different ways and purposes for creating thinking routines that group students in different ways to maximize student interaction.

Time Management

Background Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities. It is believed that good time management enables you to work more efficiently so that you get more done in less time. Additionally time management...

How Can We Artfully Teach the Science of Reading: Q & A with Dr. David Paige

Ashley Perkins interviews Dr. David Paige, co-author of Artfully Teaching the Science of Reading, to learn more about this research and thinking on the topic of literacy.

The Research Behind Artful Reading

The Research Behind Artful Reading

Artful Reading, when implemented with fidelity in classrooms, will improve teacher practice and effectiveness and improve student outcomes in literacy. Shanahan, in his 2010 What Works Practice Guide (IES), points to a set of  six requirements for reading...

read more
Vocabulary Development in the Arts & Humanities Classroom

Vocabulary Development in the Arts & Humanities Classroom

Students often feel overwhelmed in the arts and humanities classrooms because the vocabulary is a mixed bag of words derived from other languages that seem simple but have substantial weight when considered in context or words that cross disciplines with similar, but nuanced meanings in each content area. 

read more

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.