Learning Links 09/03/2015

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Learning Links 04/16/2015

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Learning Links 12/02/2014

  • “MI Toolkit is a monthly webzine and toolkit that offers information and resources on improving student achievement. Created as part of MI Excel, the Statewide System of Support, MI Toolkit is intended to serve Priority and Focus schools and districts, but the information presented here will be an excellent resource for anyone seeking to boost student achievement or close achievement gaps in a school or district.”

    tags: Title_I MS priority schools SIP school_improvement school reform MDE

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Learning Links 11/17/2014

  • “Every school day since 2009 we’ve asked students a question based on an article in The New York Times. Now, five years later, we’ve collected 500 of them that invite narrative and personal writing and pulled them all together in one place. Consider it a companion to the list of 200 argumentative writing prompts we posted earlier this year.

    The categorized list below touches on everything from sports to travel, education, gender roles, video games, fashion, family, pop culture, social media and more, and, like all our Student Opinion questions, each links to a related Times article and includes a series of follow-up questions. What’s more, all these questions are still open for comment by any student 13 or older.”

    tags: Writing prompts MISDlitleaders ELA ccss elementary MS HS narrative

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Learning Links 11/05/2014

  • Curriculum Ladders are a visual representation of the range of complexity for a set of skills. These ladders use skills from NWEA’s instructional resource, DesCartes: A Continuum of Learning. The ladders help identify small groups of students with similar instructional needs and make it easier to see the range of skills as you work to address students’ instructional needs and to plan for future learning.

    tags: MAP NWEA curriculum ELA Math

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