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Burns, M. (2010). Snapshots of student misunderstandings. Educational Leadership, 67(5), 18–22.
Clough, G. W. (2008). Wanted: Well-rounded students who can think. School Administrator, 65(2), 28–33.
Edwards, P. A., Turner, J. D., & Mokhtari, K. (2008). Balancing the assessment of learning and for learning in support of student literacy achievement. The Reading Teacher, 61(8), 282–284.
Fawcett, G., & Shannon-Smith, E. (2007). Community connections. Educational Leadership, 65(3), 74–75.
Goodwin, B. (2011). Research Says . . . Don’t wait until 4th grade to address the slump. Educational Leadership, 68(7), 88–89.
Hollingworth, L. (2007/2008). Five ways to prepare for standardized tests without sacrificing best practice. The Reading Teacher, 61(4), 339–342.
Honawar, V. (2008). Working smarter by working together. Education Digest, 74(2), 17–21.
Knobel, M. & Wilber, D. (2009). Let’s talk 2.0. Educational Leadership, 66(6), 20–24.
Mokhtari, K., Rosemary, C. A., & Edwards, P. A. (2007). Making instructional decisions based on data: What, how, and why. The Reading Teacher, 61(4), 354–359.
Nathan, N. (2011). Rallying behind at-risk freshmen. Educational Leadership, 68(7), 66–69.
Suarez, D. (2007). When students choose the challenge. Educational Leadership, 65(3), 60–65.
Wormeli, R. (2011). Movin’ up to the middle. Educational Leadership, 68(7), 48–53.
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