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Seeking complexity

Seeking complexity

Recently while attending a Corwin webinar on The Distance Learning Playbook, author Doug Fisher said something that really highlights the importance of providing students with depth and complexity over recall. During that webinar, Doug said, “If a...

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October TAG Monthly Challenge

October TAG Monthly Challenge

October 2020 TAG Challenge Pendulum Art  These directions can also be found on our October 2020 TAG Challenge google document. Challenge: Creativity and problem solving are the focus this month! You are invited to create a piece...

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Recording of Virtual Office Hours:  Educator Self-Care

Recording of Virtual Office Hours: Educator Self-Care

In case you missed it….catch the recording of our Virtual Office Hours Series Event Hosted by CRAEA Literacy Consultants titled Leaning in: Educator Self-Care. RECORDING LINK HERE Our next session will be Tuesday, October 20th at 4:00...

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EXCITING NEWS:  Literacy Team to Offer Virtual Office Hours

EXCITING NEWS: Literacy Team to Offer Virtual Office Hours

Join us for a Virtual Office Hours Series Event hosted by CRAEA Literacy Consultants titled: “Leaning In:  Educator Self-Care” When:  Tuesday, September 15 at 7:00 pm via Zoom Register in advance for this meeting: https://centralriversaea.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlfumsqT8pHt3L4CCvTgglDuKtQMadGIXv?fbclid=IwAR0CfRDVP3V8zrvqovawRdpixwGYCiYTAyxBMcqUAsdU78CMmedPS16ZvY4 After registering,...

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Our Literacy Team Welcomes You

Our Literacy Team Welcomes You

Welcome Back We would like to welcome everyone back to what is hopefully a quieter school year than our last has been.  Please know we are here to help in any way, and our thoughts are always...

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There is No Going Back to Normal

There is No Going Back to Normal

“There is no going back to normal.” Typing the title of this blog, “There is no going back to normal,” actually hurts a bit.  At this point, nearly 6 months into the pandemic, I think we all...

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