Monthly Archives: October 2011

Advisory at Granger High

A Second Set of Parents: Advisory Groups and Student Achievement at Granger High Richard Esparza, Granger High School, Washington Story posted February, 2008 Results: • 100% parent attendance at conferences for the past 3 years • Over 90% of students … Continue reading

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Sep 6, 2011 • 7:55 pm • Posted in Morning Blend By Anders Norberg (Education Strategist,  Campus Skellefteå, Sweden ) Imagine yourself as a teacher with virtually no media in a face-to-face teaching environment in an isolated part of the world. You have 30 students who … Continue reading

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A back to basics thought experiment about blended learning

Morning Blend Sep 6, 2011 • 7:55 pm • Posted in Morning Blend By Anders Norberg (Education Strategist,  Campus Skellefteå, Sweden ) Imagine yourself as a teacher with virtually no media in a face-to-face teaching environment in an isolated part of the world. You have 30 students … Continue reading

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Doctor’s Orders: Teacher-Coaching Programs Work

By Liana Heitin on September 28, 2011 2:52 PM | Education Week Teacher Atul Gawande, the surgeon-writer referenced in Robert Ruth’s recent first-person piece about using checklists for reading instruction, has writtenanother gripping New Yorker article with provocative insights applicable to both health care and education. This one is … Continue reading

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