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Posted by Holly Burwell on September 26 2018 at 3:40 PM
Too often I find that teachers are stuck while getting started in Do The Math. How can I trust the data I have in order to help me make placement decisions? Whether you have Math Inventory or not, there are a couple things to keep in mind when you get ready to place students.  1.      What data do I have available? If you are a district that uses Math Inventory, this may be your starting point for determining placement into Do The Math. Because it's a…
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Posted by Community Manager on March 10 2010 at 7:02 PM
READ 180 Educators, post a comment below and share local stories! We'll periodically update this with your READ 180 news! "High school teacher on a mission to improve students' reading scores with READ 180." Watch video and read full story on KTEN.com. Ardmore, OKPosted on 4/14/2011 "Gaming Techniques Help Scholastic Inspire Kids to Read". READ 180 Next Generation uses the Foursquare and Nike Running-style gaming incentives to engage struggling readers.Posted on 4/1/2011 Scholastic…
Posted by Community Manager on September 26 2009 at 2:07 PM
Watch how structured, accountable instruction engages ALL students, not just the professial participants. Watch this Video and others in the Resource Library
Posted by Community Manager on July 29 2009 at 5:19 AM
Are you wondering how you can differentiate instruction for special education students in your READ 180 classroom? Mary Keever shares the story of her student Jesse and the ways she has adapted her instruction to help him succeed. Go to article now Mary Keever teaches at Cimarron Memorial High School, Las Vegas, Nevada. This article appeared in the Spring 2009 issue of the READ 180 Community Newsletter.
Posted by Community Manager on July 29 2009 at 1:24 AM
NEW RESOURCE! Looking for more writing instruction? READ 180 React and Write Pages help READ 180 Stage B students discuss and write a response to the Reading 2 React question in each rBook Workshop. Each React page structures a speaking and listening task to help students brainstorm and share answers to the React question. Each Write page provides a teacher-directed model and partnered/independent steps to help students craft a written response. >Download Workshop 1 React and Write Page:…
Posted by Community Manager on July 29 2009 at 12:31 AM
An essential resource for new READ 180 Teachers. Get in-depth lesson plans and more with this valuable resource guide. View the Resource: Your First Three Weeks with READ 180
Posted by Community Manager on July 28 2009 at 9:57 PM
A New Interactive English Language Arts Curriculum for Grades 6 - 9! Expert 21 was designed to accelerate students in Grades 6 - 9 from Basic to Proficient by preparing them with the literacy expertise to thrive in the 21st Century world they will inherit. Explicit instruction and application in 21st Century skills and strategies that students will use in college, careers, and life. Content that students want to read because it's relevant and contemporary. Expert Space, the first Digital…
Posted by on July 24 2009 at 1:46 PM
Getting your room set up for <em>READ 180</em> is an important factor in the success of your implementation. The setup of your classroom will be the students' "first impression" of what you will be offering them. There is only one chance to create the first impression of the <em>READ 180</em> classroom. Let your classroom décor invite the student to learn.
Posted by on July 22 2009 at 5:09 PM
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Posted by on July 22 2009 at 5:02 PM
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Posted by oldjwalchold on April 13 2009 at 6:28 PM
Let's make this a meaningful community to support READ 180 Educators and inspire success.  Here's my top three ways I think it can get done.  Build a community that: 1. Supports READ 180 Educators 2. Inspries reading success 3. Strenghtens our ability to connect with each other   What are your three hopes for this commmunity?