Making Social Studies More Social for All Kindergarteners

This kindergarten classroom at Lafayette Elementary in San Francisco has both native English speakers and students who are still learning English. As teacher Elizabeth Iwaszewicz works to help her students understand the difference between fact and opinion she makes sure that students have multiple opportunities to talk with a “rug partner” so they can practice skills like listening and paraphrasing. Iwaszewicz has intentionally paired students so that English learners speak at least once with native English speakers.

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“The Trump Administration Has Revoked A Federal Directive On Campus Rape,” Buzzfeed reports. More on the decision in The New York Times.

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Where Does Personalized Learning End and Special Education Begin?

It’s the start of a new school year and the air is full of promise. I’ve set up my room, made my copies and attended all of my meetings. As students flood into the school, I’m charged with positive energy and hope.

But as I peruse my class list and the academic data that accompanies it, anxiety sets in. I’ve committed to personalizing learning, but how can I do that for every student in my inclusion classroom when the range of abilities among them is so vast?

Diario de una Infeliz (Mi abuela predice el futuro)

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5 Free Resources for Math Teachers Using Chromebooks

One of the many questions that I received in my email this week came from a reader who wanted to know what some of my favorite resources for teaching math are. She added the stipulation that they needed to work on Chromebooks because her district just replaced old Windows computers in a lab with a Chromebook cart arrangement. Here are the suggestions that I shared.

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