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Balance with Blended Learning is Available Now!

This book was inspired by the following… I want students to develop confidence in themselves and their abilities.  I want students to understand that their grades are a reflection of their skills, and they are capable of improving those skills … Continue reading

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Simple Exercise: Help Students Analyze Their Growth Over Time

Students rarely recognize how much progress they are making over the course of a semester or school year. Their school days tend to be a blur of information, assignments, and activities. However, if students do not appreciate their growth over … Continue reading

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Post-Lesson Reflection: What Do Students Think They Learned?

In the last two blogs, I have focused on strategies teachers can use to 1) assess prior knowledge before a lesson and 2) check for understanding during a lesson. I’ve suggested that teachers build mechanisms into their lessons to collect … Continue reading

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