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This practical resource takes a deep dive into three instructional practices that produce acceleration and ensure students are engaged in high-quality learning experiences.
1) Academic Discussions– why are they significant and how to facilitate in your classroom
2) Building Teacher-Student relationships– the more we know about students we increase the likelihood of them connecting with the learning environment.
3) Conferencing– on-going collaborative conferencing utilizing quantitative and qualitative data will foster goal-setting and long-term planning for students that can potentially last a lifetime.
Whether a new teacher, seasoned educator, or leader, this guide will surely provide you with tools and resources needed to create an environment conducive to engagement, collaboration, and acceleration!
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ProQuest ID Number: 3648417
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