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  1. Students Achieve Grade Book Training

    St Joan M Braun 202 525 045 124 Many subs Time:  Monday, September 14, 2015 - 09:00

  2. Students Achieve

    Janet Chabot & Michelle Braun 24 subs Time:  Thursday, May 28, 2015 - 09:00

  3. Students Achieve

    Janet Chabot & Michelle Braun 24 subs Time:  Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - 09:00

  4. Collaboration in Office 365

    ... from teachers. There are a variety of ways teachers and students can work together to allow for feedback and communication. To help ... opportunity to more deeply reflect on what they must do to achieve curricular outcomes. This reflection allows for Metacognition or ...

  5. Continuum

    ... Knowledge & Skills Do students follow an inquiry process when seeking knowledge in curricular ... focus, questions, resources or strategies when necessary to achieve inquiry goals?   Are students able to demonstrate ...

  6. Summarizing and Note-Taking

    Helping Students Develop Understanding: Summarizing and Note Taking ... useful academic skills a student may possess.  They assist students in identifying the most important aspects of what they are learning. ... be deleted or substituted and what information to keep.  To achieve this they must delete some information, substitute some information, ...

  7. Band

    ... in the Band by Tim Lautzenheiser Musicians achieve a higher average than non-musicians in the same school. Music students achieve higher University entrance exam scores. In a recent study, ...

  8. Generating and Testing Hypotheses

    When generating and testing hypotheses, students may either deduce or induce to attain answers.  In both cases, students must use higher levels of understanding including analysis and ... Solving - overcoming constraints or limiting conditions to achieve a goal 3.  Experimental Inquiry - generating and testing ...

  9. Rubrics

    ... imperative to have the end in mind. Teachers, along with  students, need to see the big picture and know where they are going.  These ... then able to gain an understanding of what it looks like to achieve the outcome.   Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 ...