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Erin Starkey
BIE National Faculty, lifelong learner, PBLer, facilitator, world traveler, wife and mom.
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Erin Starkey 9h
Replying to @TeachMrReed
Making a phonetic attendance sheet of student names for subs (and administrators) was a powerful practice. Names matter. Students matter. Hearing their name correctly matters.
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Erin Starkey 16h
Replying to @fastcrayon
Preach!! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
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Erin Starkey 16h
THIS!! Yes. 1000x yes. All learners first. Always.
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PBL Jill Aug 17
Ts typically ask me “what to do about Ss who are always absent.” My response is find out WHY they are absent. Ss are hungry, might not have clean clothes, must watch siblings, aren’t getting sleep, etc. Find out and HELP. That’s “what you do” about that.
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Erin Starkey 16h
New milestone- Needing my passport for work. Somebody pinch me! Grateful for this opportunity and the teachers I get to serve who believe in their students. Also grateful for the village at home making this possible for me.
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PBLWorks Aug 14
Watch Gold Standard Project Based Learning in Action! These 7- to 10-minute videos show examples of Gold Standard projects in action – across many grade levels, subject areas, and settings.
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Erin Starkey Aug 16
Love this SO much! Go Pre-K, go!!
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PBLWorks Aug 8
Watch Gold Standard Project Based Learning in Action! These 7- to 10-minute videos show examples of Gold Standard projects in action – across many grade levels, subject areas, and settings.
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Erin Starkey Aug 9
Happy 2019!! I hope this year is the best year yet!
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Erin Starkey Aug 9
Replying to @CandiceSayTweet
Oh we have zero doubt he’s the best! 🤗
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Erin Gannon Aug 8
Is this project any good? Use this 👇🏼 to help you figure it out!
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Drew Hirshon Aug 8
We started the year out by creating a design that represented what their strengths and interests are. Here they are sharing their designs with each other in an informal way.
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PBLWorks Aug 8
3 Routines & Protocols to Help Your Students Start the Year Ready for PBL |
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edutopia Aug 8
From setting up your classroom to building culture to parents and family engagement, we’ve got you covered for .
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PBLWorks Aug 8
10 Reasons We Appreciate PBL Teachers: This is as true at the start of a school year as it was during Teacher Appreciation week! We wish you the best year ever, and we're here for you!
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The Edvocate Aug 8
Using Edtech to Facilitate Immigrant Family Engagement via
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The Edvocate Aug 8
How to Turn Your Classroom into an Ecosystem of Innovation via
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Erin Starkey Aug 8
Beautiful example of beautiful work! Same goes for work! Love seeing the celebration of the process and progress not just a “pretty” or”perfect” end product!
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Erin Starkey Jul 24
keep up the great work! Enjoy the process during those first projects! the work of w/ your students. Can’t wait to celebrate the work!!
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Myla Lee Jun 28
Great tips by on “How to Engage Reluctant (& Even Refusing) Presenters in PBL.”
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