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An Educator’s Definition of Fidelity

An Educator’s Definition of Fidelity

Fidelity isn't a word you often hear in the education world, but this unlikely word is completely applicable to teachers in their classrooms. The Oxford English Dictionary provides the following definition: Fidelity (n.): faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief,...

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Inside Mathematics: A Wealth of Resources!

Inside Mathematics: A Wealth of Resources!

Simply put, Inside Mathematics is a professional resource for educators passionate about improving students’ mathematics learning and performance, but the collection of resources they have made available to teachers (at no cost) is far from simple! The site is a...

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The Educator’s Guide to Real Estate Lesson Plans

The Educator’s Guide to Real Estate Lesson Plans

Students often have trouble seeing their school lessons as relevant to real life. Not only can this impact their motivation, it can make the information more difficult to comprehend and retain. For many students, it’s easier to understand a problem if it’s put into...

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Understanding A Framework for K–12 Science Education

Understanding A Framework for K–12 Science Education

Even before elementary school, children ask questions of each other and of adults about things around them, including the natural and designed world. If students develop the practices of science and engineering, they can ask better questions and improve how they...

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ELA, Math and Science Practices and How They Relate

ELA, Math and Science Practices and How They Relate

Can English/langauge arts, math, and science really relate to each other? This modified Venn diagram groups student practices in each discipline to show the relationships and convergences found in the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics Practices, ELA...

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Exploring the World in Your Classroom

Exploring the World in Your Classroom

You can't take your students with you on vacation as you travel the world, but you can take them on virtual trips as you explore different cultures together. Lesson plans on travel give you the opportunity to delve into topics like culture, geography and even math as...

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