Educator: Spend summer studying, improving lesson plans

A middle-school science and math teacher says she spends her summer break improving classroom lessons that needed more student engagement, technology tie-ins or other tweaks. In this column, Marsha Ratzel writes that she mentally categorizes the lessons that need improvement, studies professional literature and develops a plan to revamp her lessons in time for school to begin the fall.

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