Overview Have you ever thought about using audio recording as part of your remote learning plan? These videos highlight quick tips on how teachers can use audio recording to engage students in math, practice reading, support ELL students and even...More
Overview In this second grade planning meeting, teachers from Fall Hamilton in Nashville, TN engage in a text talk about a story in their curriculum that they will use in upcoming instruction.More
Overview Milestones is a free online collection of videos aimed at helping parents understand grade-level expectations in grades K-12. Milestone videos show students demonstrating what success looks like in reading, writing and math, grade by grade...More
Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll learn about the purpose of TDQs, and what TDQs are. You’ll also get a chance to practice writing some TDQs of your own. We recommend this module for anyone who would like to learn more...More
Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll learn about why building world knowledge is essential to teaching literacy and advancing equity in the classroom. You’ll also get a chance to observe two teachers and study text sets...More
Overview Learn how the leadership team at The Belair-Edison School | Middle in Baltimore, MD, is developing a distributive leadership model. Hear from school leaders, content leads, teachers, and students on how they do it, why they do it, and the...More
Overview Visit The Belair-Edison School’s middle school in Baltimore, MD, to see parts of their system-level learning walks in action and hear from system and school leaders as well as teachers and students on how they do it (and how it’...More
Overview In this video, a 4th grade teacher from Fall Hamilton in Nashville, TN shares her perspective on the value of scaffolding text dependent questions to a focus question when planning for instruction.More
In this video, the principal of Fall Hamilton in Nashville, TN shares his perspective on the value and impact of conducting text talks before teachers use a text in instruction.More

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