Powerful questions teachers can ask students. Plus: Can equity be taught?

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Powerful Questions to Ask Students; Can Equity Be Taught?; Mentor Texts; Productive Group Work; Connections, Not Consequences |

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A simple and effective way to further inquiry
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5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students

These questions will help you promote inquiry in your classroom, and will teach students how to question as a part of the learning process.

Unconscious bias can have serious consequences.
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Can Equity Be Taught?

In a rapidly diversifying district with a largely white teaching force, how do you foster mutual trust and understanding? Send teachers to school.

Give students concrete examples to emulate.
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8 Tips for Teaching With Mentor Texts

Using great writing as a model doesn't come naturally to students—it's a skill that needs to be taught.

Ensure that students are getting the most out of group work.

Not Just Group Work—Productive Group Work!

How one teacher sets up group work for success with structure, scaffolding, and accountability.

Ways you can make all students feel cared for
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Connections, Not Consequences

Tips for remedying the disconnects between challenging students and their teachers.

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