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Using Concept Attainment in the classroom

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017

The Concept Attainment teaching strategy provides an inquiry-based, student-led structure for introducing concepts, English-language arts teacher Cheryl Mizerny writes in this blog post. Using a lesson on metaphors as an example, Mizerny describes how the strategy works and benefits students. MiddleWeb (01/15)


School project combines reading, walking

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 19, 2017

Report examines ELLs' science instruction

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

Do trends really matter in literacy?

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017

DeVos hearing addresses school choice, rights

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

Because mirrors have bias: Why a veteran teacher works with a literacy coach

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017

Schools adopt flexible learning spaces

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

Wash. district focuses on inclusion, co-teaching

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 19, 2017

Teacher: 8 reasons why I teach

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

Resources to teach about MLK's life, legacy

NCLE SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017


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