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Daily Lit Bit - 6/19/19

A learner might make tremendous gains in one area while seeming to almost “stand still” in another. It’s our job to provide these learning opportunities and guide their attention so that learning in one area supports learning in others.  (continue reading)
Wed, Jun 19, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/17/19

When teachers with a common vision work together over time, and have the lift of excellent professional learning, they develop a common knowledge about the nature of learning.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jun 17, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/13/19

Take the time to reflect on your teaching. Perhaps the most valuable aspect of self-reflection and professional development is the talk and problem solving that takes place between colleagues as a result.  (continue reading)
Thu, Jun 13, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/12/19

The best kind of professional development is not a “one off,” but consists of an ongoing series that supports growth in expertise over time.  (continue reading)
Wed, Jun 12, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/10/19

Observation enables teachers to honor the development and range of strengths in students.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jun 10, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 6/6/19

Without effective assessment, instruction will be mere guesswork.  (continue reading)
Thu, Jun 6, '19

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