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PEBC Teaching Framework

April 27, 2020
We miss you and our work in schools and hope everyone is keeping safe and taking good care. This blog
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What Does Mathematical Discourse Sound Like?

January 9, 2020
Almost like a great song, top-notch mathematical discourse is something you know when you hear. Yet, to cultivate quality, you
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Gifts Galore

December 23, 2019
A week ago, hosting book club at my house, I decided to deviate from the usual rituals and routines as
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Creating Classrooms Worthy of Students & Filling the Teacher Shortage

December 19, 2019
Professional Learning This year, the Professional Learning team expanded their work nationally and refined their process to meet the needs
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Why Arguments Matter

December 16, 2019
By Stevi Quate, PEBC Staff Developer, Author, National Consultant As I watched the impeachment proceedings, I heard politicians from both
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The Writing Workshop in Elementary Classrooms

December 9, 2019
Stevie Townsend, PhD “How many of you have made bread? Or, tasted homemade bread?” Five of my twenty seven new
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Phenomenal Teaching

December 2, 2019
We are happy to introduce you to Wendy Ward Hoffer’s fifth book, Phenomenal Teaching, forthcoming from Heinemann in 2020. This
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Grateful for Family… and Colleagues

November 26, 2019
By Senior Staff Developer Nancy Meredith Amidst the wonderful aromas of roasting turkey, dressing, and the ‘family’ scalloped corn (a
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Grab a Book!

November 25, 2019
By Senior Director of Professional Development Design Michelle Morris Jones When’s the last time you were able to grab a
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Workshop as a Vehicle for Agency

November 4, 2019
By Sathya Wandzek, Director of Field Staff Collaboration When I was a teacher in the classroom, my number one goal was
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Student Talk Clarifies Thinking

October 29, 2019
by Mary Korte and Ana Mettler, Jefferson County Open School Teachers The Loch at Andrews Tarn This past weekend I stood at
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Durango Math Institute

October 23, 2019
“Strong model for metacognition and problem solving in math.” “Great way to encapsulate how to teach math in a very
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‘Where the Wild Things Are’ in Practice

October 21, 2019
By Nancy Meredith, Senior Staff Developer for PEBC Pumpkins landing on front steps morphing from ordinary farm pumpkins to Halloween
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Agency = Unstuck

October 2, 2019
How to Get Unstuck. This is one of the most important lessons we can teach in school. Because the truth
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Moving from Teacher-Centered to Student-Centered Classrooms

September 25, 2019
By Nancy Meredith, Senior Staff Developer for PEBC Golden leaves drifting to the ground, gently released by its mighty trunk.
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