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5 Things to Look for in a Good Math Practice

Math practice should reinforce students’ ability to apply procedures accurately, integrate concepts and techniques, and justify their procedure choices. A rigorous math practice routine will include a mix of the fundamentals and scrimmage work.

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Four Tips for Reengaging Elementary Students at Midyear

How can teachers renew student engagement in their learning now that they’re more than halfway through the school year? In this post, Mara Rodriguez shares four tips that will reengage students through spring.

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Four Ways to Use Laughter in Your Schools and Instruction

Teachers need laughter more than ever. Did you know that humor can be a powerful instructional tool as well as a great way to bond with colleagues? Learn four ways to use laughter in your school and classroom.

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What Is Early Literacy and Why Does It Matter to Student Learning?

Early literacy is the crucial knowledge students develop as a foundation for reading. This explainer post addresses top questions about early literacy (also known as emergent literacy), clarifying why it’s so important to reading and overall learning achievement.

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Grants and Funding Hub

Curriculum Associates’ grants and funding team has assembled resources to help educators and administrators make sense of new federal funding sources, plan for summer school, and understand how our programs meet funding requirements.