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Language arts
Posted on July 21, 2014 by Justin Tarte

A new year is fast approaching and your mind is racing with new ideas for the impending school year.  Like most of you, each year I struggled with the ‘back-to-school’ dreams that seem to haunt so many of us.  This anticipation, frightening as it was, wasn’t really my biggest worry or biggest concern though…

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Social studies
Posted on July 11, 2014 by Kathy Rusert
Black cow

Living on a cattle farm in Arkansas often has challenges, but finding a dead cow is not only a financial loss, it also raises concerns for the well-being of the rest of the herd.  We had fed our cows that morning, and she had been fine.  What could have happened in only a few hours?  Read on and I'll explain how researching this dilemma gave my students an idea for a class project.

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Common core
Posted on June 29, 2014 by Rebecca Hagerman
Key to successful school year

The topic of the week here at Reach Every Child is the end and beginning of the school year.  So to keep with that theme, I found a great article that addresses how a successful year must start and end right and discusses the dynamics between principals and instructional leadership with teachers. Click inside to read more...

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Posted on June 27, 2014 by Rebecca Hagerman

The ISTE 2014 Conference begins tomorrow.  Are you prepared?  I've found some resources to help you make the most of your time and to plan, connect, explore and enjoy this educational journey!  If you have any tips of your own, comment in the post and we'll be sure to share with our Twitter and Facebook community.

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Posted on June 25, 2014 by Amanda Dykes
Math Common Core

One of the complaints about math Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is that teachers now feel like they have too much on their plate. After talking to teachers with this complaint, there was something I have noticed -- they added but never subtracted.  I'll give you some tips to manage the standards for your grade level.  

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