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April 2015 Each and Every Child Newsletter

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Monday, March 30, 2015
Channeling behavior A focus on reinforcing expected behavior – not wrong behavior If you are a teacher, you have heard of them before and, quite possibly, have taught them before. We’re talking classes with notoriety. You know the sort: A class teeming with highly independent, strong personalities and, most l…
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March 2015 Each and Every Child Newsletter

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Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Emphasize fluency over comprehension? Yes. New program shows promising results For the cost of only commitment, Keystone Area Education Agency in Elkader has created a promising literacy program that focuses on specific skill-building techniques.   A few bellwether measures look extraordinarily good. Con…
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February 2015 Each and Every Child Newsletter

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Monday, January 26, 2015
Southwest Iowa schools turning heads Leadership, collaboration and persistence close the literacy gap It’s just a typical monthly meeting with the special education team at Corning Elementary in the southwest Iowa town that bears the same name. They are poring over progress monitoring data. Faces are intent, …
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