Overview This short simulation is designed to provide a quick and impactful demonstration of the challenges students with dyslexia face daily in the classroom. Recommended time: 5 minutesMore
This two minute video tutorial walks potential partners and collaborators through the basics of using the Hub, including navigating through the menu, using the search function, and exploring individual resources.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 This virtual learning module is designed to prepare you for A1 and A2 data meetings. For teachers, you’ll review the purpose of ANet assessments, and the purpose of the data meeting. You then get a tutorial on myANet and pull out some...More
Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll get a holistic view of the NF progression across grades, then build your knowledge of the standards within your own grade level. Most importantly, you’ll learn about NF by working through...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 Educators at McNair School of Excellence describe the steps they’ve taken to support struggling mathematicians while using the EngageNY/Eureka curriculum. Strategies include pre-assessing, holding high expectations, leveraging small...More
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

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