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Top Posts of 2022

Each month, we are challenged and inspired by the works of our authors for Peers and Pedagogy. As we look back at this year, we have rounded up our top 10 posts written in 2022 so you might find something that resonates and can bookmark to read later.

Here are the top 10 most popular posts published in 2022:

  1. Learning From Mistakes: Easier Said Than Done — Zak Cohen
  2. Small-Group Work: Real-World Roles — Lane Walker
  3. Preparing to Teach in a Culturally Relevant Way — Dr. Abigail Amoako Kayser, Katie Keown
  4. Students Know Themselves Best — Anne Tacinelli
  5. Designing Culturally Relevant Text Sets — Tina Starks, Tori Filler, Carey Swanson, Adrienne Williams
  6. Using Data to Impact Student Achievement — Lisa Phillips
  7. Parent Engagement and the Case for Instructional Rounds — Zak Cohen
  8. Standardized Assessment from the Student Perspective — Santiago Davila
  9. Counter-Storytelling in the Science Classroom — Laura Peña-Telfer
  10. Exploring Identity in the Face of Challenge — Julia Darcy

These posts were written in late 2021 and have been incredibly popular this year:

  1. What Is Critical Consciousness? — Dr. Abigail Amoako Kayser, Tina Starks
  2. What Is Academic Success (Student Learning)? — Dr. Abigail Amoako Kayser

Finally, the following articles have only been available the last few weeks of the year, but are definitely worth reading:

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