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Elementary teacher Stacey Dominguez has seen significant growth, both in herself and her students, since she began using Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) in her classroom. In this video, Stacey shares her reflections on using CGI and discusses:
- the mathematical understanding that students walk in the classroom door with (and how to uncover it)
- how Cognitively Guided Instruction helps students meet and go beyond the Common Core standards
- shifting her teaching practice and seeing significant growth in her students.
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