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Category: Student Feedback

March 26, 2018
Mitch Interviewed by Justin Baeder

ORGANIZATION PROFILE Organization: www.principalcenter.com Focus: Mitch Weathers - RTI2 Tier 1 Universal Level Supports for Executive Functioning INTERVIEW Mitch and Justin discuss how Organized Binder is a powerful RTI2 Tier 1 Universal Level resource for classroom teachers who want to increase executive functioning and develop the noncognitive skills that are the hallmarks of successful learners. They also discuss how […]

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October 11, 2017
Mitch Featured on Better Leaders Better Schools

ORGANIZATION PROFILE Organization: https://betterleadersbetterschools.com Focus: Mitch Weathers - RTI2 Tier 1 Universal Level Supports, Universal Design for Learning, and Least Restrictive Environments INTERVIEW From Daniel Evan Bauer: "In today's #podcast with Mitch Weathers, we discuss increasing parent engagement, viewing students by their strengths, and why he started Organized Binder." They also discuss how Organized Binder gives students daily exposure […]

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August 29, 2017
Student Feedback from College Acceleration Project

As our ongoing Sacramento City College collaboration continues to grow and expand, a number of English instructors implemented Organized Binder in the college's Accelerated Program. The acceleration model is in response to AB 705 mandating that Community Colleges "maximize the probability that the student will enter and complete transfer-level coursework in English and mathematics within a […]

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June 15, 2016
A Middle School Teacher's One-Liner(s)

This email from an Organized Binder middle school teacher in Southern California made me chuckle. For our May 2016 Newsletter we asked indie Organized Binder teachers to send us a one-liner about the impact the system is having on their pedagogy and/or classroom. The first line of her response read, "I will have to pull […]

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March 20, 2016
Students Achieve at a County and Community School

"In order to be a successful student, one needs to see him/herself as a student first. I witness that happen through Organized Binder each day and with each new student who comes to camp." -Abbie Korman Stendahl SCHOOL PROFILE School: County and Community School | Northern California The school and students featured in the March 2016 Newsletter must remain anonymous for […]

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March 16, 2016
Reflections From Incarcerated Students

The school and students featured in our March 2016 Newsletter must remain anonymous for student privacy and security, therefore we will not name the students who wrote the following letters. What we can tell you is these students are incarcerated and living in a residential County and Community School. Student 1: His teacher said this about him, "This is from an 11th […]

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December 7, 2015
Student Transformation in Washington, D.C.

SCHOOL PROFILE School: Ballou High School | Washington | District of Columbia Frank W. Ballou Senior High School offers a myriad of academic programs that allow students to explore and reach their maximum potential. These programs include Honors and AP courses, grade-level Academies, an Arts and Technology Academy for students with special needs and the 21st Century Community Learning […]

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October 7, 2015
Success In Cleveland, Ohio

SCHOOL PROFILE School: Urban Community School | Cleveland | Ohio Urban Community School is a K-8 school that provides primarily low-income children from Cleveland with an individualized, innovative, and challenging education. The school prides itself on welcoming a diverse student body, with a focus on serving low-income children. Urban Community School serves nearly 500 students with 78% living at […]

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September 9, 2015
Gateway Community School

SCHOOL PROFILE School: Gateway Community School | San Mateo | California School Information:Gateway offers a temporary program which provides students with a place to demonstrate positive behavior in the areas of academics, attendance and attitude. Students are placed at Gateway by the district schools for one or two semesters, and may, with the permission of the district, decide to stay […]

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May 26, 2015
Success Snapshot: May 2015: A Classroom at Union High School, Grand Rapids, MI

SCHOOL PROFILE School: Union High School | Grand Rapids | Michigan School Information: Michigan has three criteria to categorize schools: Reward, Focus, and Priority. Reward schools are outperforming other schools, Focus schools have a large achievement gap in 30% of its student achievement scores, and Priority schools have achievement and growth in the lowest 5% of all schools in the state. Union High School […]

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