A Skill Strong Readers Share; The Missing Autistic Girls; Flexible Classrooms; The Power of Visualization in Math; 9 ELA Strategies for Reaching All Learners |

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September 20, 2017
A way to build reading comprehension
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A Skill Strong Readers Share

Metacognition helps readers analyze texts as they read, and it's a skill you can teach your students.

Girls with autism have been misdiagnosed for years.
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The Missing Autistic Girls

In the past two decades, autism diagnoses have soared—but new research shows that girls have frequently been overlooked.

The 101 on furnishing your flexible classroom
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Flexible Classrooms: Assembly Required

Seating, storage, lighting, and tables—we cover what you need, where to get it, and how much it costs.

A strategy to make math more accessible to students
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The Power of Visualization in Math

Creating visual representations for math students can open up understanding. We have resources you can use in class tomorrow.

ELA strategies to produce critical thinkers
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9 Strategies for Reaching All Learners in English Language Arts

Tips to scaffold instruction to meet your students' needs.

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