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Articles on Layered Curriculum®
Anyone can learn. It's simple, easy to start and puts the FUN back in teaching! Buddy up with a colleague and get started this week.

Layered Curriculum - A quick overview of the easiest way to teach in a mixed-ability classroom

Rules of Thumb to Avoid making the 5 most popular mistakes!

If We Must use Grades, Let's Make Them Reliable

Gaining control of your classroom.

Holding Students Accountable

In Defense of the Oral Defense - Featured in ASCD's Classroom Leadership

Rubrics - Be clear on expectations

Take the Test - Are You a Layered Curriculum Teacher?

Articles on School Issues

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All Articles by Kathie F. Nunley
Multiple Intelligences - 25 Years In
Asperger's and PDD Gone! Now What? The new Autism Spectrum Disorder
Genius, Creativity and Intelligence - where are they located?
Five Reasons Why the Economic Downturn Could be Good for You and Your School

Have Schools Become Historical Museums?

Community Strategies for Reducing violence

Choice - The forgotten basic human right.

Commercial Influence In Schools

The benefits of interdisciplinary instruction

Active Research Leads to Active Classrooms. NASSP's Principal Leadership.

Adolescent depression and self-esteem.

Why Punishment - Based Systems Don't Work

Money as a Reward

Brain Biology: it's basic gardening

Drug Effects on the Brain

Stress and Memory

The Caffeine Craze of Youth

Your brain on Drugs

How the adolescent brain challenges the adult brain

You're Feeling Very Sleepy

Keeping Pace with Today's Quick Brains

Working with Populations with Alternative and Exceptional Needs
Inclusion: Yes, it can be done successfully
NEW: The Advantages of Bilingualism

The Research on Reading

Helping Johnnie Read through Jr/Sr High School

Uniquely Gifted - by design

Working with learning styles

Irlen Syndrome - Special Guest author, Rebecca Madl.
How and why the Regular Classroom is Changing.
How to include limited English proficiency students
How to include students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in your classroom.
How to include students with learning disabilities in your regular classroom.

Articles by Dr. Nunley previously published in print

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