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Experiment with various assessment-evaluation tools to help you measure your effectiveness as an instructor. If you haven't considered these sources for additional information on the subject, you should.

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Building effective partnerships with families requires motivation on everyone's part. Here are a few suggestions to get you started...

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For many parents, teachers are the lifelines to their children. To help bridge the ever-widening student-achievement gap, it is important for teachers to encourage parent involvement.

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It is imperative that all educators make a point to regularly seek out new resources that help them meet the needs of California's diverse student population.

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In an effort to provide all children with the highest quality of education, it is imperative that educators strive to create a classroom environment that is stimulating for all students. Consider these tips before you seek out new resources and opportunities that incorporate multicultural activities into your daily curriculum.

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Lights, camera, ACTION! Create homework assignments that are interactive and engaging. Check out resources that will help you develop interesting homework assignments.

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It is natural for parents to be concerned about their children. As the educator, you recognize the importance of establishing an open and honest line of communication with families. Use these simple suggestions, and see how quickly you'll be able to establish connections with parents that can truly benefit a student's educational development.

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If you suspect that a student is experiencing notable developmental challenges, evaluate the student and circumstances, document your observation and findings, then seek professional assistance.

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