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Strengths-Based Writing Support: Three Powerful Instructional Moves that Promote Differentiation, Choice, and a Spirit of Inquiry

We want to use authentic instructional moves that offer support to all learners across the day. Here are three moves that will ensure all learners have choices and opportunities...  (continue reading)

Developing Communication Skills Through Whole-Class Conversation

Now, more than ever, our students need effective communication skills to be successful, happy, and productive citizens of our classrooms and our world.  (continue reading)

Cultivating Focus in the K-8 Classroom

It may seem strange to think about cultivating focus. Although natural abilities can vary, focus can be improved, cultivated, and taught.  (continue reading)

Helping Struggling Learners to Show Understanding

For a variety of reasons, expressing understanding is hard for many struggling learners.  (continue reading)

With Struggling Learners, Embrace The Power of Yet

When we have a mindset that trusts that all students can grow, we can move struggling learners to a place of great joy and success.  (continue reading)

Supporting Struggling Learners with Patricia Vitale-Reilly

Supporting Struggling Learners with Patricia Vitale-Reilly  (continue reading)

Who Are Struggling Learners?

Since every classroom will have struggling learners, it is helpful to define the kinds of struggling learners we might encounter and then plan moves to support them.  (continue reading)

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