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Watch: The Most Entertaining Morning-Announcements Duo (09/18 11:11 am)
Phone Calls With Whales: The Power of Fiction in Children's Lives (09/17 04:04 pm)
Survey: Death of High Schoolers' Reading Habits Greatly Exaggerated (09/17 02:37 pm)
Twitter Chat: Instilling Civic Responsibility in Students (09/17 09:23 am)
- • Texas teachers fill classrooms with 'crowdfunding' (08/25 8:48 am)
- • State OKs plan to cut pay for Detroit teachers (08/20 12:09 pm)
- • Agreements end federal teacher testing fraud case (08/20 8:44 am)
- • Pay cuts could be coming for Detroit teachers (08/19 8:37 am)
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Most teachers do find joy in teaching, just less and less of that as teachers themselves are increasingly bashed, blamed, hammered, and weighted down from all sides.
New research shows reflecting on a lesson after it’s over may improve a person’s performance on future tasks. What techniques, if any, have you seen used to encourage students to reflect on what they learned and how they learned it? Share your thoughts.
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