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Like I mentioned in an earlier post, recent research on the effects of COVID-19 school closures has revealed that progress toward academic recovery for older kids has been slower than projected.
Author: Jen Allen, NWEA
Topics: School improvement
Did you know that kids can smell inauthenticity? Middle school math teacher Kailey Rhodes recently shared this friendly word of caution on The Continuing Educator podcast. Kailey and her co-host, …
Author: Jonathan Fine, NWEA
The latest NWEA research on the effects of COVID-19 school closures is in: progress toward academic recovery for older kids in particular has been slower than we’d like.
Our researchers are …
My son had a teacher in third grade who changed everything for him. Up to that point, recess was his favorite subject. Then he was introduced to inquiry-based learning that extended beyond the …
Author: Julie Richardson, NWEA
We need to put more relating back into relationships. More specifically, we need to invest in helping educators build meaningful professional relationships with each other and with themselves. As I …
Author: Fenesha Hubbard, NWEA
Teachers, in the spirit of Greta Gerwig’s pink summer blockbuster, what kind of back to school Barbie are you?
Summer School Barbie: This Barbie never really turns their school-brain off. …
Author: Kailey Rhodes, Northwest Academy
How do we know if instructional coaching is effective?
This is a question that regularly comes up for educators when discussing the role and practice of instructional coaches. Ongoing research shows …
Author: Kenny McKee, NWEA
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Students continue to rebound from pandemic school closures. NWEA® and Learning Heroes experts talk about how best to support them here on our blog, Teach. Learn. Grow.
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The science of reading is not a buzzword. It’s the converging evidence of what matters and what works in literacy instruction. We can help you make it part of your practice.
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High-quality professional learning can help teachers feel invested—and supported—in their work.
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