Thank you to all of the authors of who have contributed their expertise, insights, and ideas to Aligned this year. Here are the top 25 most popular posts published in 2019.
- Using Data Binders to Increase Student Independence — John Silverthorne
- On Curriculum: How Pinterest and TpT Exacerbate Inequity — Jon Gustafson
- Kids Gift Us with Their Time — Bryan Drost
- Most Misunderstood Math Standards in Grade 2 — Angie Miller
- Using Exit Tickets Strategically — Tika Epstein, Cathy Carter-Shide, Morgan Stipe, Karen Hernandez, Dina O’Brien
- Yarn Number Line: A Lever to Develop Fraction Understanding— Jennie Beltramini, Jody Guarino
- Are We Teaching Fractions Correctly? — Jennie Beltramini
- Choral Counting: A Lever to Develop Fraction Understanding — Jennie Beltramini, Jody Guarino
- Planning the Small Group Reading Lesson — Dr. Deborah Glaser
- Robust Vocabulary Instruction — Jon Gustafson
- Three Simple Steps to Empowered Word-Learning — Kenny McKee
- Most Misunderstood Math Standards in Grade 1 — Angie Miller
- Desmos in the Math Classroom — Nick Corley
- Creating Choice Boards to Meet the Needs of Every Student — Tika Epstein
- Developing Math Language Routines — Jack Dieckmann, Renae Skarin
- Providing Feedback on Student Writing — Zackory Kirk
- What Makes a High-Quality Diverse Text and How to Get These Texts Into Your Classroom — Jill Eisenberg
- Common Mistakes with Student Writing Prompts — Joey Hawkins
- Designing Useful Writing Prompts – Joey Hawkins
- On Your Side to Beat the Summer Slide — Jenci Spradlin
- Math Instructional Routines: Creating Opportunities for Students With Disabilities to Grapple with Grade-Level Math — Grace Kelemanik, Amy Lucenta
- Student Closing Statements — Celia Jimenez
- Press Play — Jon Gustafson
- I’m Passionate About Curriculum Because I’m Passionate About Pedagogy — Jana Beth Francis
- Quality Instructional Materials or Quality Professional Learning Opportunities for Teachers? — Renae Skarin
And don’t miss our top 5 most popular posts published pre-2019
- Giving Students a Choice with Their Learning — Tika Epstein
- Supporting All Learners with Complex Texts — Carey Swanson
- Using Content and Language Objectives to Help All Students in Their Learning — Shanthi Kumar
- Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals as an Educator — Susan Hitt
- Limiting “Teacher Talk,” Increasing Student Work! — Tori Filler
4 thoughts on “Top Posts of 2019”
Will there be a posting about the Most Misunderstood Math Standards for kindergarten?
Hi Monica: Definitely. Be on the look out for it in early 2020.
-Student Achievement Partners
I am having trouble finding the Most Misunderstood Standards in Kindergarten article.
Not written yet but a draft is in the works! Stay tuned! It will be up shortly!