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An interesting video about using hook stations to introduce topics and help students engage (Teachingchannel.org).
This great article talks about the success a New Hampshire district experienced when flipping the classroom and encouraging students to explore their own learning (theatlantic.com).
Jackie Gerstein discusses how students who are given the freedom to develop their own essential questions take a much greater ownership of their education (usergeneratededucation.com).
Shaun Killian puts together a comprehensive comparison of instruction methods and discusses many of the facts and myths surrounding direct instruction (evidencebasedteaching.org).
Kristin Houser wrote about 8 different strategies teachers can use to scaffold their lessons and when each might be most appropriate (mshouser.com).
A comprehensive article comparing formative vs. summative assessment as well as additional assessment resources (edudemic.com).