We often say that “the best way to learn is to teach.” In a classroom setting, this often means peer-teaching. At Strathmore High School, Grade 10 Science students were challenged to create engaging and informative lessons for Grade 8 students at a partnering school, George 
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Powerful Learning is evident in a Grade 5 classroom at Wheatland Crossing School as the teacher provides explicit instruction in how to recognize text features. Text features help students across grade levels improve their comprehension of text. This happens when the students understand how the 
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Grade 6 Social Studies tasks students with learning about a culture that is not only different from the one they live in, but also one that is ancient and no longer in existence. Creating authentic learning experiences about ancient Athens might seem difficult, but, at 
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At the start of each day, broadcasting  the Question of the Week to all staff and students sets the stage for a thinking classroom. The question is revisited daily and students are encouraged to hear new perspectives, ask questions and potentially change their minds over the 
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