The cultivation of a society where adult literacy provides the foundation for personal, corporate, and political growth across differences is grounded in the capacities built in early childhood and elementary…
The ultimate goal of reading is what we do with the information and ideas that we take in through the written word. This involves high order cognitive engagement and is impacted by many factors including saliency determination, verbal conceptualization, critical thinking, creativity, and reasoning.
There are many reasons to enjoy the final month of a school year. One that we particularly like is the chance to measure the academic development of students through final projects or exams to see how far they have come since the start of their year-long, trimester, or semester courses.
The ultimate goal of reading really is what we do with the information and ideas that we take in through the written word. This is high order cognitive engagement and is…
Along with turkey and the onset of holiday music, tests and midterms are a feature of this time of year. Many schools have exams either before or right after the…
Throughout the year, the CTTL will dedicate editions of The Bridge to sharing the experiences of fellow teachers because we appreciate the value of learning from one another.
We owe it to our students to use evidence to inform our daily work with them. Use Mind, Brain, and Education Science research as a lens to help you find an area or two to tackle.
If we are going to be successful teachers, particularly this upcoming year, we need to manage the demands we place on our students’ active working memory.
From our own Christine Lewis, here's your guide to making feedback more meaningful for you and your students.
Strategically incorporating structured and unstructured play into your lessons can help foster resilience and accelerate learning recovery.