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Teacher Sara Romeyn shares what she learned from the Newseum Summer Teacher Institute, sponsored by Annenberg Learner, in her blog post. "I believe the best teachers are life-long learners, and when we use the summer to grow and have new experiences, we become better teachers." Read here: http://bit.ly/1i1HWmq
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As you plan for the new school year, think about how you structure your classroom and lessons to engage all students and meet each learner's needs. View our newsletter, online now, for ideas! http://bit.ly/1N5wumB ‪#‎differentiatedinstruction‬
Advance excellent teaching with Annenberg Learner. In the Spotlight for August 2015. Differentiated Instruction By Subject Arts and World Languages English and Language Arts History and Social Studies Mathematics Science Annenberg Learner Announcements Professional Development Opportunities ...
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Explore the impact of World War I, "the war to end all wars," with the context activities and photo archives in American Passages: A Literary Survey. World War I started today in 1914 when Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. http://bit.ly/1kA1sB7
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 "How and Why Educators Use Twitter: A Survey of the Field" discusses how teachers are using Twitter for their own professional development and with their students in the classroom. One of the writers is Dan Krutka, a moderator for #sschat on Twitter.http://bit.ly/1CtCF0i 
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News Writing, prog 14 "The Ethics of Journalism" introduces a reporter's on-the-job ethical challenges. http://bit.ly/1I3dLot 
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Find 6 Step Process for selecting and analyzing artifacts as context for reading literature with students. http://bit.ly/1TzUWNG  
Artifacts & Fiction is a professional development workshop series, which guides teachers through pairing primary source materials with American literature texts.
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Explore the role of the media in American civic life in Democracy in America, program 10. http://bit.ly/1e0I7vA
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The activity "Water on Mars: A Case Study" in Essential Lens asks students to use photos from the NASA Mars Exploration Rover mission as a source of data, engaging in some of the practices of science while learning more about the Mars Rover mission, including the search for evidence of water. NASA was established July 29, 1958. http://bit.ly/1JuY6zv
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Workshop 6 of Making Civics real shows a group of 11th- and 12th-grade students at Anoka High School in Anoka, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis, engaging in a significant way to improve the quality of their community. A lesson plan is provided. http://bit.ly/1MpeTEN
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Use the Focus In strategy for questioning photos from Essential Lens: Analyzing Photographs Across the Curriculum. The series also includes photos curated by themes that are rights-cleared for use in your classrooms. http://bit.ly/1Ieg4kr  #ANEW15 
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The Reading & Writing in the Disciplines video showing +Jennifer Roberts creating a blended learning classroom!  http://bit.ly/1OAtlJe
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 "How and Why Educators Use Twitter: A Survey of the Field" discusses how teachers are using Twitter for their own professional development and with their students in the classroom. One of the writers is Dan Krutka, a moderator for #sschat on Twitter. http://bit.ly/1CtCF0i 
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We are a division of the Annenberg Foundation, http://www.annenbergfoundation.org/ a private foundation established in 1989, whose mission is to encourage the development of more effective ways to share ideas and knowledge.  Annenberg Learner focuses on both formal education and informal learning.
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