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Teaching English to deaf students

As I discussed in a previous article, the prelingually deaf often need ESL instruction since American Sign Language (ASL) is their first language. Many deaf people face the same issues as ESL students when they go through the educational process along with hearing students....

source: By Douglas Magrath
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More students are getting extra help for a range of issues including ADHD and anxiety, data show, with a disproportionate amount of those receiving support attending schools in wealthier districts. From the 2009-2010 school year to 2015-2016, the number of public school...

source: The Wall Street Journal via District Administration Magazine

A new national survey sheds some light on how teachers value evaluative feedback, finding that most teachers do think they have made improvements to their practice as a result of their evaluation system. The report by the RAND Corporation...

source: Education Week

You have settled into summer and are most likely tempted to turn away from all things school-related. But now is the time to delve into some reflection time on how the school year went. By engaging in intentional and structured reflection on the last year, you can uncover...

source: Edutopia

We've long known getting students to move during the school days may help them focus and behave better, but research is also showing that a very deliberate type of physical activity might have some of the best benefits for them...

source: Education World

Looking for that nudge toward making your classroom more collaborative and creative? A modern learning environment, which allows teachers to manipulate the classroom for any need and think beyond just "typical chairs in rows," could be the key to making any space the right...

source: EdTech Magazine

In the last decade, educators have focused on boosting literacy skills among low-income kids in the hope that all children will read well by third grade. But the early-grade math skills of these same low-income children have not received equal attention. Researchers say...

source: The Hechinger Report


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