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David Swank

New Instruments, Same Song

Even though the delivery methodology of education has changed significantly over the years, decades, and centuries, at the end of the day its

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Resources for Educating Students During School Closures

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented social distancing restrictions throughout the country. With many students now being advised to stay home and the majority of U.S.-based schools being temporarily closed as part of the nation’s efforts to slow down the spread of the coronavirus, a

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Tips for Early Math Learning

Long before babies are capable of learning number words, they typically demonstrate an ability to distinguish a difference in quantities and notice when objects are larger or smaller than one another. It may seem simple, but these early ideas about number and size are in fact

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Implementing a Rural Work-Based Learning Program in Three Steps

Educators in small rural communities face significant challenges in preparing their students for the future, especially when it comes to developing work-based learning programs. Speaking during a recent REL Central at Marzano Research webinar Sarah Bird, curriculum, instruction, and assessment director at Boone Central Schools in

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Early Childhood Alliance Develops REL Resources for Learners

Finding quality educational resources for kids age birth to five can be challenging. Developing initiatives that increase access to these resources for educators in Colorado, Kansas, and North Dakota is a main goal of the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Central at Marzano Research’s Early Childhood Education

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