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KUSD Professional Learning Nov 16
This year, instructional coaches are investigating assessing formatively. Today, they collaborated with content coordinators to dig into the curriculum and grapple with what success looks like. Coaches...
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 23
Elementary conferences are this week and high school conferences are coming up. This is a great opportunity for teachers to connect with their students' families; however,...
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 17
This year, Bose Elementary School teachers adopted the Lucy Calkins writing curriculum. Teachers are participating in a book study with the text "A Guide to the Writing Workshop," by Calkins. Teachers...
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Joe Sellenheim Oct 1
Thanks for joining to talk student engagement this week, everyone! Don't forget to follow those you've chatted with this evening and grow that . Together we are better!
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 1
Replying to @snordenWSUproud
Thank you! Your responses added a great amount of value to the learning this evening!
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 1
Thank you everyone for joining us tonight! Fantastic ideas shared!
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Jennifer Lawler Oct 1
A3: It’s hard, but I think we can help Ss own their learning when we resist rescuing them at the first sign of struggle and help them learn to use the other resources around them.
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 1
Thanks for sharing the resources!
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Patricia Fitzgerald Oct 1
A1: You know students are engaged when they have become genuinely curious about what they are learning, don't have to be told what to do, and don't have to be redirected to get to work. Engagement is deeper than compliance.
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Elizabeth Russell Oct 1
A2 My favorite strategy to ensure student engagement is relationship building. I want students to feel accepted, connected & safe in their learning environment.
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 1
Replying to @whaithco
Thanks for joining and sharing your expertise tonight, !
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Joe Sellenheim Oct 1
Q3: How do you challenge students to take ownership of their learning (i.e. make engagement student-centric)?
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William Haithcock Oct 1
Replying to @MrJSellen
Finding real life (especially local) connections to learning makes learning authentic for kids.
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Amy E. Valentine Oct 1
A2: When I was in the classroom, my most trusted & fave strategy to increase engagement was to EMPOWER -- giving them roles as "assistants" in class, creating interactive exercises that brought Spanish to life, and more! Anything
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 1
Join us tonight for the next Twitter chat from 8:30-9:00pm! The topic is student engagement. Hope to see you there!
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KUSD Professional Learning Oct 1
Hey educators & leaders! Join the chat tonight (Monday Oct. 1) at 8:30 PM CST hosted by & . Tonight, we discuss Student Engagement. All are welcome and we hope to "see" you there!
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KUSD Professional Learning Sep 24
The KUSD Instructional Coaching program was highlighted in the Wisconsin Coaching Chronicles! Check out the article to learn about how our program has grown through the amazing work of our KUSD instructional...
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KUSD Professional Learning Sep 24
The KUSD Instructional Coaching program was highlighted in the Wisconsin Coaching Chronicles! Check out the article to learn about how our program has grown through the amazing work of our KUSD instructional coaches!
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KUSD Professional Learning Sep 10
Thank you to those who joined the first chat this evening. We will be back in 2 weeks (9/24) at 8:30PM CST. Have a great rest of the week, keep the learning going, and build that classroom community day by day!
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KUSD Professional Learning Sep 10
Call to action: How will you continue building a safe & positive classroom environment as we head into fall?
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