Tools for Teachers

Burns, Deborah E.; Purcell, Jeanne H.
September 2001
Educational Leadership;Sep2001, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p50
Provides information on several tools that would help teachers make sense of the standards, design classroom activities and assessment and differentiate achievement levels of students. Learning goals of sentence diagramming; Categories of knowledge; Description of a content standard.


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