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How to Take Learning Offline during Remote Learning
If you and your students are feeling like you need more breaks from your computer screens, the best solution is to take learning offline. Here, we share engaging learning activities that are accessible to students who don’t have access to the Internet or devices.
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Distance-Learning Success: Consistency during Remote Learning
In spring 2020, R.V. Daniels Elementary School was faced with the same tribulations as any other school forced to suddenly change from in-person to virtual learning. However, this Florida school was able to ensure learning continued for its 375 students by keeping expectations and relationships consistent.
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Use Active Math to Help Students Develop Deep Conceptual and Procedural Math Knowledge

To develop a deep understanding of math, students need both procedural and conceptual knowledge. Conceptual math knowledge is emphasized in the new standards and should be built in the early years using a variety of activities, including talking, movement, and interaction with physical objects.

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Student Dyslexia Screening Can Be Efficient, Effective, and Fair
Achieving reading proficiency by the end of third grade is an important landmark for all elementary students, but dyslexia stands in the way of many. This is a serious threat to the right of all American school children to be literate.
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