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In clear and accessible language, Fisher and Frey explain that efforts to improve teaching only work when we see our classrooms as systems: every person and process impacts all the others, and seemingly small changes can have large effects on learning. This book is full of practical suggestions and tools that empower teachers to design the whole system including peer and student-teacher relationships, learning and assessment tasks, and classroom routines to lead to better learning. Identify strategies and tools to create clear learning targets, prepare effective lessons, and successfully assess instruction.

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