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Teaching Math for Understanding

By Wendy Ward Hoffer / October 24, 2016

  793 X 10 = 7,930 793 x 100 = 79,300 793 x 1000 = 793,000 What do you notice […]

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PEBC Will Host Reciprocal Learning Event with Melbourne Graduate School

By PEBC / October 10, 2016

PEBC will host a 3-day unique reciprocal learning dialogue with John Hattie, Field Rickards and the team from the Melbourne […]

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Grounding: Moving People Into Space

By Scott Murphy / October 6, 2016

Scott Murphy, MA You are driving home from a busy day at work, fragments of one situation or another still […]

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Mentors! 6 Tips for Connecting with New Teachers

By PEBC / August 19, 2016

Sarah Glover, MA Associate Executive Director of Education, Residency Build the Relationship Effective mentor teachers work to build relationships with […]

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PEBC’s response to proposed ESSA Regulations

By PEBC / July 18, 2016

The United States Department of Education (USDOE) recently proposed regulations on accountability, consolidated state plans, and data reporting under the […]

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Effective Vocabulary Instruction in a Few Minutes Per Day

By Wendy Ward Hoffer / July 6, 2016

Wendy Ward Hoffer Particularly helpful to learners are instructional strategies that take students beyond word-definition memorization to engage them more […]

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Why Teach Vocabulary in Math?

By Wendy Ward Hoffer / June 28, 2016

Wendy Ward Hoffer 1,025,109.8 According to the Global Language Monitor, this is how many words are in the English language […]

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Why Teach Reading in Math?

By Wendy Ward Hoffer / June 22, 2016

Wendy Ward Hoffer Math and Reading Need Each Other Historically, designers of secondary schools, authors of standards, test writers, and […]

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Identify and Recruit More Teacher Candidates in Colorado

By PEBC / May 26, 2016

For those who have been following recent education news, it should come as no surprise that the topic of conversation […]

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Boettcher program trains teachers to be successful

By PEBC / April 21, 2016

New teachers are leaving the profession at alarming rates, and colleges are graduating fewer licensed teachers, leaving many schools hurting […]

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What should school leaders know about ESSA?

By PEBC / February 17, 2016

David Bahna, Director of Assessment & Accountability, Adams 12 Five Star Schools With bright, sunny skies and an impending storm […]

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My bottom lines

By PEBC / January 29, 2016

Stevi Quate, Author and PEBC Consultant I was challenged to write my professional creed/belief statement, so this is what I […]

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