School Year 2013-2014

We believe that all students can and must learn at relatively High Levels of achievement. We are confident that students can master challenging academic material with our support and help. We establish standards all students are expected to achieve, and we continue to work with them until they have done so.

Strategy of the Week: Co-Teaching: A Powerful Practice for Students with Special Needs - July 3, 2013
Engage Quick Explanation of the Common Core Instructional Shifts
Learn DOe- The New Teacher Effectiveness and Development
Overview of the Measure of Student Learning (MOSL)
Prezi on ADVANCE
HS Social Studies- Kyoto Protocol Debate We used this video to practice using the 2013 Danielson Framework on the Sept 4 , PD
Engage NY
Bing - Translates English into Spanish and it's free
Intro to Class
We Team Teach- Collaborative Team Teaching
Seven Tips to Make Teacher Collaboration Time Productive
Danielson Framework 22 components to Great Teaching
National Association of School Principals

Teach Like a Champion: Getting everyone's attention in class
Power My Learning

Center for Assessment
Study Jams- Like Brainpop but free_ Ms Steele
Sir Ken Robinson- Changing Education Paradigms

DOE Bookmarks for all DOE systems
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- Principal Review Toolkit

- MOSL Final selection of Local Measures

- NYCDOE College and Career Readiness Benchmarks


Engage NY- Mathematics

Mathematics Regents exams- Common Core
EngageNy- Exemplars for Mathematics
Great resource for Writing Rubrics- Thanks Tim Gilmore

9th grade ELA Common Core Scope and Sequence

Niobe Hayes
PD on Differentiated Instruction

CFN-536 News

Main Feature Why don't students like school? - Thanks Ms. Williams

Thanks Asha P.