I added a page to this blog with some beginning resources for those of you interested in learning more about Modeling Instruction. Just click “Modeling Instruction” at the top right. I’ll keep the page updated as necessary. I also plan on writing a series of blog posts about how I use Modeling Instruction in my classroom. Stay tuned!
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