Overview “Juicy sentences,” also called “language dives,” are strategies to help students gain access to the ideas encoded within a complex text, one sentence at a time. Complex sentences often hold important meaning within a text, and unpacking...More
Principal Susan Harvey of George Washington Carver STEM Elementary School in Cleveland, OH shares the value she saw in engaging her teachers in an assessment preview. The interactive elements of this video are only accessible when watched on this...More
This session will help leaders: Define a culture of error and what it looks like for a staff/leadership team Articulate how a culture of error supports their efforts to develop teachers and their leadership team Recommended Time: 1...More
Overview Use the materials below to build knowledge and support schools with providing effective and high-quality instruction for all students, and in particular, English Language Learners. Check Me Out First! Principles for ELL Instruction...More
Overview Our vision for equitable instruction in literacy centers on maximizing the use of a highly-aligned curriculum so that all students are provided with: ongoing, coherent learning experiences that build knowledge of words and the world to...More
Overview At ANet, we know that as a child’s primary decision-maker and first and forever teacher, families should have meaningful access to information and avenues to support their child’s learning and development. We also know...More
Overview The following video provides details and interactive learning to help deepen understanding of the Number System Domain.More
Overview For too long, some educators have fallen prey to a pernicious bias that rigorous mathematics is intended only for “certain” students. This bias tends to disadvantage students based on skin color, gender and family upbringing. “This math is...More
Overview The way we learn math influences our critical thinking and problem-solving. Research over the years consistently shows that students learn and enjoy math best when they’re given the opportunity to engage in task-based learning,...More

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