Research in education offers compelling evidence that suggests language is at the root of learning in mathematics. Reciprocal Teaching in mathematics provides a structure for students to engage in discourse through the four roles: summarizer, planner, clarifier and questioner.
After spending several months gathering stakeholder input, the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) Digital Learning Advisory Panel, has posted a draft of its digital learning plan. Check out this short video to see how WDE and NCCC worked together to create a plan to ensure high quality teaching and learning for all Wyoming students
A historic meeting took place in Phoenix, AZ to discuss the promise that the Every Student Succeeds Act – ESSA – holds for improving Indian education across the United States. Check out this short video to hear perspectives on the historic nature of the meeting and the opportunities for improving outcomes for American Indian students.
The "Nebraska Framework" is a handbook to help schools in the school improvement process.
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