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Establishing Relationships to Reduce Bullying

by Joe and Judith Ann Pauley

(From the November 2010 Education Brief) If educators can meet each student’s needs and establish positive relationships with them, bullying rates will likely be drastically reduced...

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  • Publish date: 2010-11
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief, Problem Solving
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Editorial: Increased Bullying Means More Programs Needed

by Nicole Adrian

(From the November 2010 Education Brief)With increased opportunities for bullying comes an increased need for ways to combat it. Numerous programs and groups, including nonprofits and government resources, as well as programs within schools..

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  • Publish date: 2010-11
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief, Problem Solving
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Technology’s Role in 21st Century Teaching and Learning

by Shan Glandon

(From the September 2010 Education Brief) Jenks Public Schools use two strategic objectives as part of its goal for the district’s technology future: increasing opportunities for students to use 21st century learning tools and facilitating access..

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  • Publish date: 2010-09
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief, Continuous Improvement
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International Student Media Festival: How Media Production Enhances Learning for Children and Youth

by Carol A. Brown

(From the September 2010 Education Brief) Through this festival—which includes workshops, screenings and an awards ceremony—students learn about systematic processes and teamwork...

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  • Publish date: 2010-09
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief, Continuous Improvement
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Assessment Tool Raises Student Performance, Helps Teachers Plan

by Eon Verrall

(From the September 2010 Education Brief) In an effort to help struggling students, the Charter School for Applied Technologies in Buffalo, NY, developed a cyclical, data-driven teaching process, resulting in dramatic student achievement gains...

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  • Publish date: 2010-09
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief, Continuous Improvement
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Editorial: Turning to Technology

by Adrian, Nicole

(From the September 2010 Education Brief) As more adults move toward new forms of technology, students, teachers and administrators are doing the same...

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  • Publish date: 2010-09
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief, Continuous Improvement
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Editorial: Rapid Response Assessment in Much of What We Do

by Nicole Adrian

(From the November 2009 Primary and Secondary Education Brief) Rapid response assessment is popping up everywhere...

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  • Publish date: 2009-11
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief
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Using PDSAs to Improve Student Achievement and Being Pretty Darn Successful At it!

by Jane M. Wheeless

(From the November 2009 Primary and Secondary Education Brief)Virginia school uses plan-do-study-act cycles as a rapid response to schoolwide and individual student concerns...

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  • Publish date: 2009-11
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief
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Student Response Systems Drive Instruction

by Ken Veon

(From the November 2009 Primary and Secondary Education Brief) Ohio district uses a student response system that allows teachers to assess students in a quick-check manner...

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  • Publish date: 2009-11
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief
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Apply a J-Curve to Achieve Success, Not Perpetuate Excuses

by Linda Mikels and Tina Sartori

(From the November 2009 Primary and Secondary Education Brief) A charter school uses a J-curve philosophy, instead of a bell curve, to raise test scores and overall student improvement...

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  • Publish date: 2009-11
  • Keywords:Primary and Secondary Education Brief

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