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10 Ways Teachers Can Help Parents Prepare Their Kids for Assessments

Northwest Evaluation Association - January 03, 2019 4206

The hustle and bustle of students returning to the classroom signals the start of winter testing. As this cycle of assessment begins, it’s important to consider a... Continue Reading


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The many invisible forces: Why mentoring “best practices” are sometimes not enough

The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring - January 02, 2019 4147

OPINION: Don’t count teachers out of school redesign

Hechinger Report - December 23, 2018 3615

This is the story of what happened when teachers and administrators in Aurora, Colorado, worked side by side to redesign a middle school. Together, we were able to innovate, plan and produce a flexible school model aimed at improving student performance, engagement and equity. Aurora Hills Middle School is the first school in the Aurora […]


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EdSurge Teaching & Learning Circle: Denver, CO, 1.29.19

Spigot Community via @LearningLurker - January 15, 2019 3462

Denver Teaching & Learning Circle DATE: Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 | 6:00-8:00 pm LOCATION: RAFT | 3827 Steele St, Unit C, Denver, CO 80205 Personalized Learning for the Whole Learner:  EdSurge Teaching & Learning Circles for K-12 Educators Over the last 12 months EdSurge traveled the country to understand how educators are implementing personalized learning in their schools and districts. We published over 80 stories from educators focusing on what works and what doesn’t work. Our biggest learning? You cannot personalize learning without first taking into account the needs of the whole child.

Study highlights mentoring in the context of Latino youth’s broader village during their transition from high school

The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring - December 06, 2018 2643

Sánchez, Esparza, Berardi & Pryce (2011). Mentoring in the context of Latino youth’s broader village during their transition from high school.