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The Point is Not the Point: Reimagining Student-Centered Classrooms for Destreamed English

Title: Point-less: An English Teacher’s Guide to More Meaningful Grading Author:  Sarah Zerwin Publisher: Heinenmann Grade(s):  6 -12 Originally Published: July 2020   Genre(s): Education, Destreaming, English Language Arts Teaching, Assessment, Student-Centered Learning, Literacy Pages: 171 Content + Trigger Warnings:  n/a The Point is Not the Point: Reimagining Student-Centered Classrooms for Destreamed English      It’s…
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Texts connecting to Islam

Blog  post written by Degmo Gedi. twitter account: @GediDegmo ELAN Reading Reviewer Coordinator/ History/Math/English Teacher, Toronto DSB Immigrating from East Africa to Canada in the early 90s, I had mixed emotions as I navigated through the educational system in Toronto. On one hand, I was hungry to devour new literature and learn about new cultures…
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ELAN Reader Review for We Got This

  Title:  We Got This. Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be Author:  Cornelius Minor Publisher: Heinemann Release Date: 2019 Genre(s): Education, Social Movements, Literacy, Anti Racist, Leadership Pages: 144 Content + Trigger Warnings: n/a “Education is about two things – teaching young people to create opportunity for…
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10 BOOKS BY INDIGENOUS AUTHORS THAT YOU SHOULD READ RIGHT NOW!

Typically, Indigenous book lists emerge annually in June – to recognize National Indigenous History Month.  But why should all of the talented, Indigenous authors on Turtle Island only be given attention for 1 month out of the year?  These books and authors should be celebrated year-round, so you’re encouraged to pick up one of these…
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