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Eric Sheninger's keynote last night discussed putting AWE into our teaching. In order to put awe in our instruction we may have to step outside of our comfort zones. How have you stepped outside of your comfort zone? What have you learned at MSC that may push you outside of your comfort zone.

By AskDee
Posted on: June 27 2016
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  • AskDee

    Now that I am home from the Model Schools Conference, I have decided that I will spend some time exploring The Reading Strategies Book by Jennifer Serravallo that I purchased while I was there. This book has 300 strategies coordinated with 13 different goals for students. I am looking forward to finding new ways to help students improve their reading. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    I also loved The Reading Strategies Book by Jennifer Serravallo. I tried to buy it at MSC, but the lines were ridiculously long. I asked my school if they would purchase it for me. Hopefully, I will get it before school begins. It looks promising!

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