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Monthly Archives: August 2019
A New Book on Dual Coding (That Redefines the Word “Book”)
Oliver Caviglioli’s genre-bending book both explains Dual Coding, and exemplifies Dual Coding in its structure and organization. You’ll think differently about teaching, and even about reading books. Continue reading
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Obsessed with Working Memory: Resources
To complete our summer-long series exploring working memory, this post includes lots of handy resources to help you explore and discover more. Continue reading
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Clarity for Learning: Five Essential Practices That Empower Students and Teachers by John Almarode and Kara Vandas
One of the most effective ways to enhance students’ learning is by clarifying what the students should know and modeling how they can come to know those things. John Almarode, a former K-12 teacher and current associate professor at James
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Teens Who Recognize Their Emotions Manage Stress Better. We Can Help (Maybe).
New research identifies a potential source for depression in teenagers. We might be able to help… Continue reading
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Obsessed with Working Memory: SOLUTIONS!
Once we anticipate and recognize working memory problems in our classrooms, teachers have many (MANY) flexible strategies to solve those problems. Continue reading
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