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Modernizing Secondary Math: Part 2

This is the second in a two-part series that addresses modernizing the content and teaching of middle and high school math. Part 2 focuses on course...

Modernizing Secondary Math: Part 1

Structures and Supports is the first in a two-part series of live sessions that addresses modernizing the content and teaching of middle and high...

Scoutlier

Unleash the power of PBL in your secondary classroom with Scoutlier! This innovative tool provides real-time data on student engagement, allowing you...

Transitioning to Online Teaching: Building a Student-Centered Classroom

Student-centeredness is integral to the change in the role of the teacher when they shift from in-person teaching to the online environment. Join Dr....

National Parks Service Educator Resources

This resource from the National Park Service is a searchable warehouse of lesson ideas, virtual tours, virtual field trips, and even materials for...

100,000 Stars

An interactive 3D visualization of the stellar neighborhood, including over 100,000 nearby stars. Created for the Google Chrome web browser.

Judicial Learning Center: Student Center

The Judicial Learning Center, a non-profit organization, is located in St. Louis Missouri. The mission of the Center is to develop a public...

Impacts of AI

Join this session to discuss how to use AI responsibly and effectively and explore how AI both positively and negatively affects our world. We will...

Spooktacular Ways to Reach All Learners with Accessible Design

Inaccessible learning materials are scary-but making content accessible doesn't have to be! In this session, we will explore practical tips, tools,...

AI in Education: A Practical Guide to Implementing ChatGPT in the Classroom

Collection: Chat GPT: A CollectionAs technology continues to evolve, it is becoming increasingly important for educators to explore new and...

Five Strategies to Improve Engagement in K-12 Virtual Learning

If you are a K-12 virtual program instructor or director looking for unique, out-of-the-box ideas to increase student engagement in online learning,...

Accountable Talk Language Stems and Features

Accountable talk in the classroom involves the kinds of discussions that move learning forward by promoting the use of academic language, encouraging...

Reciprocal Reading

Sometimes called Reciprocal Teaching, Reciprocal Reading refers to an instructional reading activity in which students become the teacher in a small...

Thinking Maps: The Building Blocks of Brain-Based Learning

Thinking maps are meant to be used across all grades and content areas as scaffolds for the critical thinking, problem-solving, comprehension, and...

Cornell Notes Annotation and Comprehension Strategy

This note taking strategy can be used during reading or listening tasks and helps students determine which details are important to include for...

Sticky Notes Annotation Strategy

This strategy employs the use of sticky notes to annotate texts in order to notice and note or stop and jot connections, questions, key takeaways,...

Double Entry Journal Annotation Strategy

This strategy may be used during reading or listening tasks. The student divides journal pages in half with the left side of the page devoted to...

Vocabulary Graphic Organizers and Word Maps

No matter how educators choose to develop students’ tier two and tier three vocabulary, what is important is that students are receiving targeted...

Education Endowment Foundation for Improving Literacy in Secondary Schools

According to the Education Endowment Foundation, through their synthesis of international educational research, these seven evidence-based...

Improving Literacy in Seconday Schools Self-Assessment

The Education Endowment Foundation has developed a self-assessment tool for this purpose. Combining this self-assessment tool with other means of...