Great Webcast with many examples of high yield exemplary pedagogy.

Webcast: May 2, 2008 (http://resources.curriculum.org/secretariat/may2.shtml)

Today’s classrooms are filled with learners whose strengths are as diverse as their needs. In order to teach all students effectively to build on strengths while zeroing in on areas that need more attention teachers must have an extensive repertoire of strategies. Based on assessment data, research, experience and professional observations, The Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat has selected a sampling of high-yield strategies to illustrate effective classroom practices.

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About James Bond

I am a Lean educator who hopes to inspire and be inspired by an innovative school community where we all become Global Critical Thinkers Collaborating to Change the World in a Digitally Rich Learning Community Without Limits.

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