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Stories You Might Have Missed in 2016

Friday, January 13, 2017

We hope you won’t rush into the new year without taking a moment to check out these examples of crowd favorites from the 176 stories published in DPI-ConnectEd in 2016!

Students, teachers, and community members in a posed shot. State Supt. Tony Evers is one of the community members

Portfolio Presentations as ELA Assessment in Cudahy

Teachers at Cudahy High School think replacing final semester exams with portfolio presentations is increasing student engagement and communication skills.

Still frame from animated explainer video.

Co-Teaching at Its Best

A Department of Public Instruction webpage and video will help you learn about the best ways of implementing the practice of co-teaching, in order to help all children, including those with disabilities, succeed.

Stock image of a classroom with students raising their hands

ADD/ADHD Instruction Ideas

To help educators engage kids with attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD), DPI staff compiled a few strategies in response to a DPI-ConnectEd subscriber’s question.

Student in video interview

Waukesha’s Personalized Learning Highlighted Nationally

Waukesha’s FLIGHT Academy is making strides in personalized learning by advancing student thinking about their own learning.

The DPI-ConnectEd team is excited to continue sending you success stories from Wisconsin schools, DPI updates, and other useful information during 2017. Look for a new look sometime this year as well.