Mont. teachers learn to "think differently" under the common core

08/23/2013 | Great Falls Tribune (Mont.)

As the school year gets underway, teachers in a Montana district are attending training sessions to become more familiar with their new English curriculum under the Common Core State Standards. Officials say the change will include more analysis, deep thinking and will incorporate ways to include English lessons in other subjects. "It clearly identifies how we have to think differently -- not change -- but think differently," said Jane Doty-Fischer, an education consultant for Marzano Research Laboratory, who lead the training.

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