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How to use journal assignments to connect with students

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

Having students complete simple journal entries in the first days of school can help teachers build relationships with them, former teacher Peter Huidekoper Jr. writes in this blog post. He explains the importance of teacher-student connection -- especially after a summer of traumatic events -- and offers sample writing topics. Chalkbeat (08/23)


Food-literacy lessons go beyond recipes in Ky. classroom

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

How to boost students' reading, writing with edtech

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

How classroom routines can boost student engagement

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

Co-teaching spreads throughout Idaho district

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

How to use the power of listening in school

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

Do students need homework?

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

Free mobile app aids ELL instruction

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Writing like historians

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Getting started with questions of text complexity

NCLE SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016


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Using the NCLE Asset Inventory for collaborative teams

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