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EL Magazine Nov 29
Teaching novels can develop empathy, humility, and tolerance—all the makings of a good citizen, writes of .
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Ian Jukes Nov 29
The most valuable resource all teachers have...
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Alice Keeler Nov 29
Our kindergarteners will graduate in 2030. Is the activity we are asking our student's to do preparing them for life in 2030?
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Ian Jukes Nov 30
When a flower doesn't bloom, you fix the environment...
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Allison Zmuda Nov 29
There is magic in this space because of the passion & commitment of students AND teachers to fail forward, to learn through doing, and to be surrounded by people with the same mindset.
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Allison Zmuda Nov 30
"How do I learn best?" By this point in adulthood, you have probably answered that question for yourself. How often do we ask this question of our students?
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Allison Zmuda Nov 25
Productive failure vs. unproductive success-- the juxtaposition of the two in Zhao’s keynote was stunningly simple, as all powerful ideas are.
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Visible Learning Nov 25
Are your students making at least a year’s worth of progress with their learning in your class? How do you measure this?
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Teaching Channel Nov 25
Picture books aren't just for elementary school!
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Ian Jukes Nov 28
Stop thinking about success for our children in terms of test scores...
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Allison Zmuda Nov 24
What makes a question “essential?” Let’s look at some examples and then generalize:
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NAESP Nov 26
Being open to talking about race helps foster safety and unity in a multicultural classroom. Here are nine tips to help you create an inclusive learning environment. via
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Tim McDonough Nov 17
In the first hour, students forget more than half of what they learn. Here are 5 tips to make your teaching stick:
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iNACOL Nov 17
iNACOL issue brief: Redesigning Systems of Assessments for
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Ian Jukes Nov 17
Why Curiosity Is Essential to Motivation - InformED
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Educatorstechnology Nov 17
5 Excellent Google Forms Templates for Teachers
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Office of Ed Tech Nov 17
What skills should teacher preparation program graduates have?
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Allison Zmuda Nov 17
If we really believe that should be learner-driven, then we need to model that with ALL of our learners – including our teachers.
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Teaching Channel Nov 17
Number talks are a great way to engage & assess students. Do you use them?
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Heartland AEA Nov 17
Congratulations to Kathie Hicok, Heartland AEA School Social Worker, on receiving the Iowa School Social Worker of the Year award from the Iowa School Social Workers Association! Kathie exemplifies ethical principles, competency, integrity and importance of human relationships.
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