When it comes to the Common Core, one of the toughest questions remaining is, “How does this impact my teaching?” Some argue that the Common Core shifts require teachers to abandon all that they know about instruction, while others think it is not much of a game-changer at all. So, how might we determine whether the Common Core means everything, nothing, or something for classroom teaching?
This Thursday, Mar 19 at 2:30 PM in room 330B at COBO Hall in Detroit, at the 2015 MACUL Conference, I’ll be sharing a scientist’s approach to answering this big question behind the Common Core State Standards. This session will intrigue you and perhaps give you a different perspective on Common Core implementation in your classrooms and schools.
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Hope to see you there!
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