Rock Quarry Elementary Instructional Round
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NEW on our "Teacher Voices" blog series! 2018 AL Teacher of the Year, Zestlan Simmons tells us what the transition into using AL's College and Career Ready Standards was like--and why it was important. Read it here: https://t.co/q8wFdxiKd4 #ALStandardsbyALTeachers #RealLearning
Mastery of new, more rigorous standards has challenged students, says Alabama TOY Zestlan Simmons, but "thanks to a steady process of guided practice and constant feedback" many more are turning the corner, ready for college and careers #edchat #alpartners https://t.co/ccbAoM1kwG
The mastery of new, more rigorous standards has been challenging for many students, says the 2018-19 Alabama Teacher of the Year Zestlan Simmons, but “thanks to a steady process of guided practice and constant feedback” many more students are turning the corner – gaining the skills and knowledge they need to become informed citizens ready to flourish and contribute to the world.read more
The March issue of Educational Leadership focused on the power of instructional leadership, notes Cathy Gassenheimer, “and editor Anthony Rebora did a masterful job pulling together the thoughts and ideas of an impressive group of educators ranging from Mike Schmoker to Pete Hall, Douglas Fisher, and others.” Read about and find links to some of Cathy’s favorites.read more