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November 2016

Lessons from Chinese Education

An international example for improving the holistic development of students in China and North America

LGBTQ in Catholic Schools

Broaching the difficult question of LGBTQ rights in faith-based schools

Seeing Math as More Than Numbers

How students think about math in elementary grades influences how they engage with the subject

Building on Prior Mathematical Knowledge

How teachers can better use students’ prior learning in high school mathematics

When Friendship Matters in Math

For English Language Learners (ELLs) doing group work, who they work influences how they work

Computer Modeling and Programming in STEM

Introducing computer modeling and  programming connects students with complex STEM curricula

Teachers as Health Champions

Professional development initiative prepares teachers to address health and weight-related issues in the classroom

Stories from the Notebook Margins

An exploration of students’ doodles and ‘off-task’ activity leads to new perspective on engaging students in Language Arts

Hearing (and Seeing) Feedback

Investigating how digital recordings can help students provide helpful feedback during writer’s workshops

Word on the Street

Helping high school students in urban environments connect their experiences with Humanities curricula

Making a Mark on Early Writing

5-year research in early years literacy helps students struggling with writing

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