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Tag: Organized Binder

August 27, 2018
A Teacher's Perspective of Organized Binder
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January 14, 2018
College Students Continue to Achieve

As mentioned in a previous post our collaboration with Sacramento City College continues to grow and expand. Some of those implementing Organized Binder are English instructors in the college's English Composition Accelerated Program in response to AB 705. Students who did not qualify for English 300 (College Composition) take a concurrent support course called English 108. […]

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June 15, 2016
A Middle School Teacher's One-Liner(s)

This email from an Organized Binder middle school teacher in Southern California made me chuckle. For our May 2016 Newsletter we asked indie Organized Binder teachers to send us a one-liner about the impact the system is having on their pedagogy and/or classroom. The first line of her response read, "I will have to pull […]

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June 15, 2016
Sacramento City College Pilot

A small group of professors at Sacramento City College implemented Organized Binder, here is what their students had to say: Over 85% of students surveyed said the system helps them know what the class is doing each, whether or not there is homework, and when larger or important assignments are due. 67% of students report that […]

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May 12, 2016
Teacher One-Liners

We asked Organized Binder teachers who teach at schools that have not adopted the system (aka they are the only educators on campus using the system) to send us a one-liner about the impact Organized Binder has had this school year. Here are a few of their responses:  "Organized Binder solves the problem of the […]

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May 12, 2016
May 2016 Tip of the Month: "Oh, that is what you mean!"

May 2016: "Oh, that is what you mean!" Whenever I get the privilege of speaking to a group of educators I always make a point to ask one simple question, “What are teachers doing from within the classroom that most directly impacts student learning and achievement?”  The responses always vary but one classroom strategy is always […]

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April 11, 2016
Organized Binder Helps CPM Mathematics

A High School Principal Visits a Math Class:  "I was in Nicole’s math class watching her lead her Algebra 1 students through a complicated (to me) process involving graphing calculators. What struck me was how well the CPM model of group work and the student talk that accompanies it worked with Organized Binder. When I […]

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April 11, 2016
April 2016 Tip of the Month: Subjects Not Objects

April 2016: Subjects Not Objects All too often throughout the school day education is going on around students instead of with students. One report notes students spend just minutes of the school day engaged in Academic Learning Time. If we have a starting routine students can predict and be successful in, then we draw them into their […]

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March 20, 2016
Students Achieve at a County and Community School

"In order to be a successful student, one needs to see him/herself as a student first. I witness that happen through Organized Binder each day and with each new student who comes to camp." -Abbie Korman Stendahl SCHOOL PROFILE School: County and Community School | Northern California The school and students featured in the March 2016 Newsletter must remain anonymous for […]

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March 16, 2016
Reflections From Incarcerated Students

The school and students featured in our March 2016 Newsletter must remain anonymous for student privacy and security, therefore we will not name the students who wrote the following letters. What we can tell you is these students are incarcerated and living in a residential County and Community School. Student 1: His teacher said this about him, "This is from an 11th […]

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