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From the Current Issue:
NCTE member Anne Curzan writes in support of using the language conventions that fit the form. Lingua Franca blog, The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 1, 2013
Response: "Ten Elements of Effective Instruction"
NCTE member Jim Burke offers "The Ten Elements of Effective Instruction" with the caveat that "What helps our students learn best is what must guide us." Larry Ferlazzo's Classroom Q & A blog, Education Week, March 3, 2013
Women's History Month: Seven Lesson Plan Resources for Teachers
Included in the list is "Women's History" from ReadWriteThink. Matt Davis's blog, Edutopia, February 28, 2013
A New SAT
Inside Higher Ed, February 27, 2013
Big Push for Open Access
The White House orders it. Inside Higher Ed, February 25, 2013
Teacher Standoff Stokes Debate over Standardized Tests
Reuters, March 3, 2013
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