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Couldn’t make it to this year’s training with Dr. Doug Fisher? We showcase the top takeaways here. On Feb. 16, roughly 200 educators gathered in Phoenix to learn from the nationally renowned education researcher and author, Dr. Doug Fisher. While it’s impossible to sum up an entire day’s worth of c

Feb 21, 2017

Couldn’t make it to this year’s training with Dr. Doug Fisher? We showcase the top takeaways here.


On Feb. 16, roughly 200 educators gathered in Phoenix to learn from the nationally renowned education researcher and author, Dr. Doug Fisher. While it’s impossible to sum up an entire day’s worth of content in one post, we’ve selected important highlights from Fisher’s presentation and latest book, Visible Learning for Literacy.

Within the rich, research-based nvarchar(max) are four areas of focus: think, learn, communicate, and explore. Use the infographic to find inspiration to move your practice forward, and grab a copy of the book for invaluable resources.

Until next time, Dr. Fisher!

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