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Creating a Culture for Behavioral Skills Instruction – Increasing Teacher Efficacy and Student Engagement through a Problem Solving Process

Teachers are quick to respond that one of the biggest challenges they face today in the classroom is when “behaviors get in the way of their teaching.” These behavioral challenges seem easily categorized as respect issues, responsibility issues, and organizational … Continue reading

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Addressing Student Achievement Gaps In Sub Cells

Rigor and student engagement are two key components of education that continue to be identified as significant factors in addressing the achievement gap. Dr. Robert Marzano, executive director of the Learning Science Marzano Center for Teacher and Leader Evaluation, shares … Continue reading

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