Author: Learning Sciences International

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FTEM Newsletter: Planning for Success and Using the Protocols to Plan

You are reading a post from the the Learning Sciences International (LSI) monthly FTEM newsletter helping to inform current users of the Focused Teacher Evaluation Model on the best practices for effective evaluation. Planning for Success Why is planning the first step to success? Best Practice: Using the Protocols to

Bowlesburg Elementary holds Monday night tailgate to celebrate school progress

A Monday Night Tailgate at Bowlesburg Elementary: Celebrating a Semester of Growth

In schools and districts throughout the United States, LSI’s Applied Research Center is transforming core instruction and leadership practices. It’s always exciting to see the results, and to hear about community celebrations like this one in Illinois. Keep up the fantastic work, Bowlesburg Elementary! The transformation began when the school

The Power of Team Generates Sold-Out Building Expertise Conference

Focus on academic teaming contributes to conference registration hitting full capacity. West Palm Beach, FL—May 21, 2019—Learning Sciences International announced today that its annual Building Expertise conference for educators has sold out with more than 1,600 registrations. This year’s conference, taking place in Lake Buena Vista, Florida June 12-14, will

What To Do When I Don’t Know What To Do: New Arrivals

Originally posted on ellstudents.com by Kerry Shelke, experienced ESL/Bilingual educator in the US and internationally, is passionate about working with new arrivals.  In this blog, she shares her tips for ensuring these Newcomer ELLs have access to quality education and equity in the classroom.   As an educator, I have spent

Start with the End User in Mind: Student-Centered Curriculum Design

Originally posted on ellstudents.com One of my teaching mentors, Dr. Martin Haberman, told me sound advice I have never forgotten: “The most effective classroom management is a student-centered curriculum.”  As a former classroom teacher and English Learner specialist, I can say that nothing is truer. Whether I had thirty 6th