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Cash in on Learning: Engaging in Tasks: Part Two

Click here to read Part 1 of this post. Last month, I shared the idea of how students get engaged in learning through a process that was theorized by Dr. Barry Zimmerman and his colleagues. In that post I gave … Continue reading

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Cash in on Learning: How to Engage Students in Learning, Part 1 (Plus, win a free book!)

Those of you who have followed my blog postings know I’m somewhat of a “self-regulation” nut. I stumbled upon the theory several years ago when I was working with high poverty schools. The well-meaning teachers I was working with were … Continue reading

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