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Professional Learning Communities: Planning to support students in accessing grade level content

In this series of three clips, you will see how Erica Mitchell and the team at Penrose Elementary plan to support students in accessing grade level content.  

Cultivating Intellectual Identities throughout an ELA Lesson

Cultivating Intellectual Identities throughout an ELA Lesson

Trina Pemberton, Pennell Elementary, 5th Grade ELA

Opening the Lesson: 4-12 ELA Curriculum Units

Opening the Lesson: 4-12 ELA Curriculum Units

Chelsea Kimmel, Harding Middle School, 7th Grade ELA

Facilitating Productive Group Work with Google Classroom

Facilitating Productive Group Work with Google Classroom

Evin Jarrett, Mayfair School, MS Building Trades

Scaffolding Models

Scaffolding Models

Chelsea Maher, Woodrow Wilson Middle School, 8th Grade Science

From Initial Models to Consensus Model

From Initial Models to Consensus Model

Chelsea Maher, Woodrow Wilson Middle School, 8th Grade Science  

Making AP Coursework Accessible, and the Importance of Primary Sources

Making AP Coursework Accessible, and the Importance of Primary Sources

Eric Scheetz, West Philadelphia High School, AP US History

Accessing Complex Text

Accessing Complex Text

Eric Scheetz, West Philadelphia High School, AP US History

Planning & Using a Do Now as a Formative Assessment

Planning & Using a Do Now as a Formative Assessment

Eric Scheetz, West Philadelphia High School, AP US History  

Planning for Student Accountability in Small Groups

Planning for Student Accountability in Small Groups

Adam Sanchez, Lincoln High School, African-American History