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Roland Aichele
8th grade humanities teacher at | board member | audio advocate | computer nerd 🤓 💻 | coffee junkie ☕️
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Roland Aichele Jul 18
I can’t wait to hear the story behind this one!
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Roland Aichele Jul 9
Good call, Rick!
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Roland Aichele Jul 9
Replying to @MrHatton @LSpencerEdD
Just read this book this summer. It’s fantastic.
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CapCUE Jul 8
Visit to purchase your CapCue TechFest 2019 Tickets or Submit a Session to present!
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Roland Aichele Jul 8
This is rad!
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Roland Aichele Jul 8
I’ve never tried the digital escape room at all, let alone as an “I’m done” activity. I’ll be checking these out for sure. Thanks, Karly! 🙏
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Roland Aichele Jul 8
These are great. Thanks for the share, Andy.
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Roland Aichele Jul 8
I’ve seen two interpretations to this question. 🤔 Ryan, are you looking for quick ways to grab their attention back or for activities for transitions? Either way, I ❤️ these kinds of threads. Full of all kinds of gems. 💎
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Roland Aichele Jul 8
I’m with and — the countdown works for me. Also, wait time is powerful and works for me as well. wrote a post about it.
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Roland Aichele Jul 7
Let’s not forget about your playlist, !
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Roland Aichele Jul 6
Replying to @TheWeirdTeacher
It’s a rite of passage. Circa 2012
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Roland Aichele Jul 6
“Without a base of this procedural knowledge in both yoga and music, I would not be able to partake in improvisational “jam” sessions with friends or create my own sun salutation sequence. “ Part 2 of ’s posts on Rethinking Rigor.
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Roland Aichele Jul 6
“Be wary of epistemic assumptions like “without struggle, there is no learning” that distort and provide little value to educators” I appreciate ’s pushback on current EDUtrends and striking a balance between old and new pedagogies.
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Roland Aichele Jul 6
“Let go of the terms student and/or teacher-centered and note their vagueness and polarization.” A great post and worth-while read from
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Kelly Gallagher Jul 5
Type in your birthday to find words that were born when you were. Time Traveler by Merriam-Webster: Words from 1949
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Kelly Gallagher Jul 5
I'm thinking this might be an entry-level argument emulation paper. Create your own power rankings w/ another topic.The official spicy snack power rankings
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CapCUE Jun 30
It's time for some BASEBALL! ⚾️Join us at the game CapCUE!
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Roland Aichele Jun 28
Replying to @marcoarment
But hasn’t Phish already broken up a few times already? I think you’ll be safe. 😉
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Roland Aichele Jun 13
Replying to @TheWeirdTeacher
5th graders. When the first day of summer started between 4th and 5th grade for us as a kids, did we refer to ourselves as 4th graders or 5th graders at that point? That’s what I thought.
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Roland Aichele Jun 13
Video editing has a steep learning curve. While LumaFusion isn’t “hard” to use, it is PACKED with features, which could make the learning curve steeper for someone just getting their feet wet.
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