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Michelle is a Consultant at Getting Smart and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She advocates for students to develop skills to be able to transition successfully from high school to college and college to career. You can connect with Michelle on Twitter @micheberkeley.
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6 Hallmarks to Building Data Culture

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Sarasota County Schools shares their journey to creating a strong data culture by partnering with Curriculum Associates, following six key steps, and maintaining commitment and accountability from all stakeholders.

Workspace Education: A Creative Approach to Competency- and Project-Based Science

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By: Erik Day and Michelle Berkeley. This innovative learning community focused on project-based learning has instituted a competency-based science program using badge criteria for students to create a personalized pathway tailored to their unique interests.

Inspiring and Supporting English Learners with Adaptive Tools

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With a mission to make the classroom a better place by offering innovative tools to meet learners where they are, iReady by Curriculum Associates provides a personalized approach that increases collaboration with families and teachers.

A Refresher Course on the NGSS

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The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are a structured and cohesive three-dimensional approach to science education in the US. This post explores what they are, and how they work.

How Formative Assessment Transforms the Classroom, From Culture to Lesson Plans

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By: Brea Lewis and Michelle Berkeley. The How I Know project has assisted 60 teachers in integrating formative assessment practice into their classrooms. In this post, Dallas teacher Brea Lewis shares how formative assessment practice has positively impacted her students' learning.

PODs in Action: Teachers Engage in Productive Peer Feedback

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By: Mary Ryerse, Tamara Hall, and Michelle Berkeley. Incorporating new methods and tools like the POD cycle can have a significant and meaningful impact on the success of a formative assessment classroom.

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