Planning and Assessment

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If you want to create a more unified, thematic approach to our curriculum that makes learning more meaningful for students, read on for ways to set goals, collect and organize resources, and create long- and short-term lesson plans that not only align with what your school district requires, but with what YOU know is best practice for your students.

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Angela Watson was a classroom teacher for 11 years and has turned her passion for helping other teachers into a career as an educational consultant based in Brooklyn, NY. As founder of Due Season Press and Educational Services, she has published 3 books, launched a blog and webinar series, designs curriculum resources, and conducts seminars in schools around the world. Check out the free teacher resource pages for photos, tips & tricks, activities, printables, and more.

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1 Donna Pat Centers August 21, 2010 at 9:03 am

Thanks for sharing! Sometimes we just need a little “kick in the pants” to get us back on track. I seem to forget what I’ve done from year to year. Looking at your website has reminded me of the good things I know to do and given me new ideas. THANKS!!

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2 Angela Watson August 22, 2010 at 10:00 am

Hi, Donna! It’s amazing how much WE forget over the summer, much less the kids! I always found myself wondering, how DID I do that? Glad this site helped remind you of some best practices you use in your classroom. Enjoy! :)

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