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Microlearning Videos

California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE)

Focused on a single resource or activity in a specific subject matter, each module includes a short 5-10 minute video, as well as accompanying materials, to support student learning in a variety of settings. Teacher-leaders from one of the nine projects will guide you through immediately usable skills, tools, and strategies they implement in their classrooms to support classroom management, instruction, and social-emotional well-being.

Beginning, Middle, End

Martha Garcia Gallaga, TK English teacher at Las Palmas Elementary School, tells us how to use the “Beginning, Middle, and End” activity after a read aloud to help TK-1st grade students retain information about the characters and events in the story.

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I Notice, I Wonder

Betsy Hall, K-5 reading specialist at Albert Einstein Academy Charter Elementary School, tells us how to apply the “I Notice, I Wonder” strategy to help teachers make a read aloud more interactive, meaningful, and engaging for students.

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Before, During, After

Evy Baca, kindergarten teacher in the National School District, tells us how to incorporate the “Before, During, and After” activity when doing a read aloud to build students’ vocabulary and support their reading comprehension.

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ABCs for Positive Classroom Management

Janice Anderson, a primary grade resource teacher at Encanto Elementary School, tells us how to apply the “ABCs for Positive Classroom Management” strategies to create a safe learning environment that allows for students and teachers to interact and engage in a positive way.

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Summarizing with the ABCs

Janine Campos, language arts specialist in the National School District, tells us how to use the “Summarizing with the ABCs” activity to help students identify and differentiate between the minor and major details of a text.

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Interactive Read-Aloud

Dr. Liliann Patterson, third grade teacher at Westmorland Union Elementary, tells us how to use the “Interactive Read-Aloud” activity to help students learn, use, and practice new language through meaningful conversations.

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