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Ana Butler
I remember this frustration in my grade school math classes. I wanted to explore the problem, have time to think about it, and make sense of it before I was told how to solve it. In fact, I still find myself preferring to learn anything new by first having some time to reconnoiter it myself.
Lori Bluemel

With a quick Google search, you have access to a wealth of tools and resources for your classroom. Organizing these resources, not to mention effectively putting them to use, can be overwhelming for even the most experienced educator. 

Jami Smith

Ah summer! It’s time for tank tops and flip-flops, watermelon and popsicles, and staying cool by any means necessary.

Cynthia Hockman-Chupp

What makes a teacher great? After years of work in classrooms around the country, Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey believe they have a framework that defines the five elements of good teaching practice. In FIT Teaching, educators:

Cynthia Hockman-Chupp

The third graders in Linda Friesen’s class at Gervais (Oregon) Elementary School learned an unexpected lesson during a recent session on area. Although Linda pulled name sticks for random teams, she ended up with one group made up of students who usually excel and another of students who often struggle.

Collin Nelson
Bridges Intervention materials are now available as complete kits including teacher guides, game and activity components, and manipulatives. This new offering responds to the growing need for intervention programs that provide targeted instruction and support in Tier 2 environments.
Cynthia Hockman-Chupp

I developed a new appreciation for the power of Bridges strategies when a third grader approached me for help on a worksheet he received in his (non-Bridges) classroom.