Monthly Archives: September 2013

Culturally Responsive Education and the Slavery Reenactment Field Trip

Culturally Responsive Education and the Slavery Reenactment Field Trip by DuEwa Frazier In order for students to be engaged in the educational process and feel valued as learners, they have to see humane and respected aspects of themselves in the … More

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10 Great Ways To Get Your Child Reading Now

10 Great Ways to Get Your Child Reading Now Literacy statistics for African American youth across the country are grim. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, 53 percent of African American 4th grade students scored below the “Basic” … More

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Education Roundup: CCSS PD + Resilient Readers + Transdisciplinary Learning + iPad and Special Needs Students

Today’s top education stories from around the web.  #FF on Twitter @DuEwaWorld for more education news and tips for educators heading #backtoschool! #education #edchat #edroundup Report: Effective Teacher Professional Development Crucial to Common Core The success of the largest education … More

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Engaging Students with Information Text Resources K-12

The Common Core State Standards requires students to be well acquainted with the study of information text in grades K – 12.  Reading information text focused on subject matter ranging from the arts and history to science and current events … More

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