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Tech Matters

Aug
20
2014
Syllabication is a core decoding skill, and as such, a basic foundational reading skill. As explained in The English Language Arts Common Core State Standards, foundational skills are not an end in and of themselves, but rather, a core component of comprehensive reading programs, ultimately leading students to successful comprehension.    Read More...
Aug
14
2014
An educational rite of passage is for students, somewhere from the upper elementary grades through high school, to carry out one or more research projects and present/report out their findings.  Recognize this familiar scene: A student is standing in front of the classroom, holding papers or notecards.  While describing his/her research project, the student displays a poster, images, or artifact.  More recently, many students have been relying on PowerPoint presentations, filled with bulleted text, images, video, and even audio. Read More...

Featured Resources

Instructional Strategy guide
Mathematics helps us to understand science and to design, conduct, and analyze the results of scientific experiments. Science requires us to collect data, interpret it for significant patterns, and Read More...
Instructional Strategy guide
Classroom presentations encourage purposeful speaking and engaged listening. When students give a presentation, they not only demonstrate content knowledge but also exercise skills in writing with Read More...