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How Can We Leverage Math Coherence to Support Students’ Unfinished Learning?
Coherence—the idea that the math domains are connected to one another and should be presented to students in a way that allows them to see those connections—can be used to address students’ unfinished learning in the 2020–2021 school year.
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Smarter Together: Daniel Pink on Education Leadership, Innovation, and Distance Learning

Daniel Pink, a New York Times bestselling author, discussed his research on leadership, innovation, and motivation and engaged in conversation with four superintendents about how it could be applied to schools during distance learning. This discussion was part of Curriculum Associates’ “Smarter Together” webinar series.

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What Are the Right Learning Goals for Students for the 2020–2021 School Year?

Setting the right individual growth goals for each student in the 2020–2021 school year shouldn’t be on educators’ list of tough problems. From our perspective, each student should have a goal that is both realistic and ambitious. This year, more than any other, students will need big goals that help make up for some of the disruption they experienced in spring 2020.

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