Marzano’s Six Step Process Posters in Spanish When I first started teaching third grade bilingual students, I thought that in order for them to pass the state test, which in Texas is called the STAAR, they needed to acquire a lot of vocabulary. Why did I think this? First of all, they do not practice […]
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Those first days of school are hectic and we go crazy with all the paperwork and information we need to collect to be informed and prepared in case we need to contact parents, and learn about our students. So much to do and so much to learn that one day is not enough! This Back to School document in Spanish […]
A little facelift to an old document. Teachers like the contents in black and white because it’s easier for them to print. Still under construction will be on sale before the end of this month.
According to an article on the Washington Post poverty and student achievement are related. The reason for this everyone should know and it’s that the rich get the best education possible, tutors, help from their parents, better schools than the rest and the list goes on. Of course poverty affects learning! Students that have a nice […]