Developing Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)/ RTI for English Language Learners

Join us as we share a day with Cristina Sánchez López, Distinguished Speaker and RTI/ELL Expert!

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Oh the Math that They’ll Know!  Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Primary Math Games K-2

Are you looking for engaging and effective ways to help your primary students gain confidence and competence with key math concepts. Come prepared to play math games that incorporate the use of cards, dice, multi-sided dice, math shakers, number lines and other easily found math manipulatives. 


Teaching Innovations

Creating innovative classrooms builds lively teaching, academic rigor, and connective instruction, the three components of engagement. These videos showcase four methods for increasing these components.

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CIMA 2017: Conference on Instruction for Multilingual Advancement

The Conference on Instruction for Multilingual Advancement is a two day event designed to empower anyone who serves language learners.

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Conscious Discipline: Building Resilient Classrooms

Conscious Discipline integrates social-emotional learning, discipline and self-regulation so you spend less time policing behaviors and more time teaching vital life skills.


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Important Updates for the 2018 Spring STAAR Administrations

On April 5, 2018, Commissioner Morath issued a document entitled, “Important Updates for the 2018 Spring STAAR Administrations.”  This document addresses changes in medical exemptions for STAAR, transcribing student responses, and classroom displays during testing. The April 2018 issue of the Student Assessment Newsletter contains these updates as well as links to the PDFs regarding […] Read More

Nurturing Culturally Relevant Teaching in Your District

Newsela’s Jamie RIchard and Megan Pattenhouse discuss why Culturally Relevant Teaching is important now more than ever. “Data clearly shows that American schools don’t all serve students equally: from hidden biases to disproportionately harsh discipline, students of color suffer worse outcomes at every level.” Read more here.   Read More