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A Celebration of Teacher Voice: Perspectives and Strateg…
Help us kick off our Summer Reading Challenge 2019, and hear from four of our most popular authors from Aligned. They’ll introduc…
The Core Advocate network hosts monthly webinars on a variety of issues related to college- and career-ready standards, including the Common Core.
Help us kick off our Summer Reading Challenge 2019, and hear from four of our most popular authors from Aligned. They’ll introduc…
Literacy experts Meredith Liben and David Liben have recently written a book--Know Better, Do Better. In addition to discussing th…
What is meant by reading fluently? What are the characteristics of fluent readers, and what can teachers do to support all students in …
Content knowledge demands on educators when teaching college- and career-ready math standards are complex and figuring out where to sta…
Achieve the Core mini-assessments are a great year-round resource, and may be particularly useful now for school districts that are tem…
What does it really mean to be college- and career-ready? In addition to engaging with and mastering rigorous academic content, student…
Are you ready to put debates about the usefulness of strategies for addition and subtraction to rest? Learn about empowering all studen…
Learn about an innovative professional learning model in which teacher learning is developed within the actual work of teaching student…
This school year, think differently about what it means to assess your students. Learning about what your students know (and don’…
Meet our new Foundational Skills Observation Tool! This resource highlights best practices for high-quality, aligned foundational skill…
Is the Coherence Map one of your favorite tools on Achieve the Core? In this webinar, we will dive into the extension of the map t…
Modeling is a Standard for Mathematical Practice and a conceptual category, but how and when should students engage in high-intensity m…
As educators, we often use the assessments embedded in our instructional materials as evidence of student learning. After all, what cou…
This webinar offers a certificate verifying professional learning time on the topic. To receive this certificate, select the “Acc…
This mini-webinar will give a quick overview of the popular Mathematical Language Routines you’ve been hearing about. As in other…
As in other subjects, math students must be able to read, write, listen, speak, and discuss the subject at hand. Often, these multimoda…
Ask your colleagues what it means to model with mathematics and you will probably get different answers from each one. Join us this mon…
In this 30-minute, “mini” webinar attendees will be the first to see our new Quick Reference Question Guides for ELA/litera…
Although educators recognize what comprises a good professional learning experience and the research agrees, all too often professional…
What if we met students not just where they are right now, but also where they’re going? In this webinar, we’ll consider th…
Research shows that effective professional learning includes two characteristics: it’s regular/ongoing and it’s focused on …
Research tells us that students’ ability to work with complex text is the most important factor in college- and career- readiness…
In this month’s webinar we’ll explore how to use the vertical and horizontal coherence of the math standards to address stu…
“One of the most consistent findings in all of education research is that children become better readers when they get explicit a…
Is text truly at the center of instruction in your school? This webinar walks you through the concepts explored in the Text at the Cent…
Misunderstandings about the math standards can impact instruction. When educators interpret a standard (and what it means to teach it) …
To what extent has the half-century continuance of the opportunity gap been a result of literacy instruction in the United States being…
The Common Core State Standards require all students to engage meaningfully with complex texts on a regular basis. But what does the te…
How much work are you leaving to your students? Often, teachers engage in well-intentioned practices that take the cognitive load out o…
The first Standard for Mathematical Practice requires that students ‘make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.’…