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Daily Lit Bit - 6/14/18

Collaborative inquiry is coming together with colleagues and delving into what students' behaviors mean. What evidence shows they're making progress? How can I tell if something is going wrong? How can I fix it? By looking at the continuum together as a tool to engage in that process, the collaborative inquiry, it makes colleagues of us all.

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