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3 Small Steps to Start Differentiating Your Teaching with EdTech

3 Small Steps to Start Differentiating Your Teaching with EdTech

Talking to teachers around the United States, we often ask how people feel about the topic of differentiation. These are just a few of the common responses we’ve gotten back: “I’d love to do it, but It takes a lot of time.”  “I feel like differentiation is that I have...Read more ›
Affiliates Are Bringing CUE to the Masses

Affiliates Are Bringing CUE to the Masses

I first became involved with CUE only a few short years ago. At the time, I was still teaching in my special day class (special education classroom) and had seen a post on social media that CUE Los Angeles was having their affiliate board nominations. Again, at the...Read more ›
New Year, New Word, More Reflecting

New Year, New Word, More Reflecting

I’ve seen quite a few posts – both on Twitter and in the Facebook groups that I follow – about 2019 recaps, all posts involving reflections of that individual’s year. Reflection should be standard in our teaching practice – and in life....Read more ›
5 Things to Keep In Mind with Choose Your Own Journey Stories

5 Things to Keep In Mind with Choose Your Own Journey Stories

A little while ago, I published a guide on how to write your own Choose-Your-Own Journey stories. Since that post, I’ve had some time to reflect, and I’ve brainstormed 5 extra ideas that I would add to my original guide. Start small. I’m not sure I said enough of this...Read more ›
The Struggle is Real – & it Improves Student Learning!

The Struggle is Real – & it Improves Student Learning!

Research finds that “the struggle” is key to students learning and retaining information. In a recent Edutopia article, writer Shannon McGrath explores how decreasing teacher talk could improve student learning outcomes in the classroom. Teachers, for far...Read more ›
Engaging the Families of English Language Learners

Engaging the Families of English Language Learners

Today, record numbers of English Language Learners are being educated in classrooms across our country. In California alone, there are approximately 1.196 million English Learners in CA public schools – which constitutes about 19.3% of total enrollment (CDE,...Read more ›
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