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Teach Math Through Problem Solving

Society is increasingly technology and information based. Success in this evolving world requires that people that solve problems, think logically, and communicate effectively with others.

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Assessment as an Instructional Tool? YES!

As your team looks for instructional strategies that work, don’t forget to use one of the most reliable and effective tools available: Common formative assessments.

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Use Challenge Stations to Differentiate and Provide High Quality Practice

Learning stations or centers, when well designed and carefully implemented, provide high quality independent practice opportunities for students while allowing for differentiation based on students’ needs.

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What Do We Need for Inclusion of Students with Autism to Succeed? Planning and Collaboration

Students with autism who are educated with their non-disabled peers sometimes face significant challenges, as do their teachers.

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