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Does too much repetition harm learning?

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 13, 2017

Students want to engage in new material, not reviews for classroom exams or standardized tests, writes educator Healther Wolpert-Gawron. She shares five tips to "keep content fresh," such as talking to lower-grade teachers periodically to see if a planned lesson isn't a repeat. Edutopia.org (01/12)


Middle school focuses on positive behavior

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 12, 2017

Review: 300 writing strategies you can use right now

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 13, 2017

Ohio school integrates art into lessons

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Resources to teach about MLK's life, legacy

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 13, 2017

Basketball game helps students learn math

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 13, 2017

Introducing new concepts? Here's how to make sure they stick

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Ideas and apps to ignite student learning in the first 5 minutes

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Weekly podcasts enhance students' learning

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 13, 2017

Colo. teacher encourages students to ask "why"

MiddleWeb SmartBrief | Jan 12, 2017


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