### Differentiation via Remediation Stations – part 4 – Practice

When a coach teaches an athlete the proper form of some skill (swinging a gulf club, throwing a football, shooting a basketball, etc.), the coach first demonstrates, then (s)he has […]

When a coach teaches an athlete the proper form of some skill (swinging a gulf club, throwing a football, shooting a basketball, etc.), the coach first demonstrates, then (s)he has […]

Have you ever tried to learn a new skill, but didn’t catch everything the first time you were taught? What did you do? I recently had to replace some pieces […]

Let me begin by telling you that my students’ proficiency scores and learning gain scores are always massively higher than the state and district averages; as well as better than […]

How to Reach Your Lowest Student Kwame was a level one student, meaning he was in the bottom 25% of students in the state. He was a behavioral issue […]

Each student learns at different rates, requiring varied amounts of review and practice. Yet teachers constantly teach a one size fits all lesson, expecting everyone to achieve mastery simultaneously. For […]

Learning Gain = a year’s worth of growth as measured by the state’s standardized test. The formula is explained below: Students who take the Math Diagnostic in Florida receive a […]

Can you imagine if learning to snowboard was taught in school the way we teach math? Where I was forced to learn how to land complex maneuvers though I still […]

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