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Kate Fahnestock
K-5 Instructional Coach
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Kate Fahnestock Nov 13
Mrs. Faga’s class tried their first - a Cyber Sandwich!! Students listened to two songs and then independently analyzed the meaning of the lyrics 🎶 then collaborated to compare and contrast them on their shared Google Slides
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 30
Love when teachers take an idea and run with it!!! The engagement, critical thinking, and collaboration was off the charts in Mr. Bodle’s math class today as they worked to problem solve via today!!
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 30
I just became a Certified Educator! So excited to share this powerful resource with my fellow educators! 🤓
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 29
Another fantastic session on with ! Can’t wait to share with Number talks, , and with my friends at ! 🤗
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 28
Love learning from my fellow Chester County coaches! Got so many great new ideas from these awesome ladies!!
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 23
That face when you find out iMovie has a green screen feature now!! 💚!!!
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 23
Replying to @kbyrne_DASD
Right back at ya !!
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 23
Love this!!!
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 22
Proud to use to promote social learning and the importance of student engagement and empowerment with my DASD colleagues! 🔥
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WeAreTeachers Oct 16
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 15
Fifth graders had a BLAST learning through in Mr. Bodle’s class today! Little do they know we are priming them to teach it to our youngest learners next!! 🙌
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 12
Worlds Colliding: We couldn’t open her bday gifts during her party so we started a new topic in and made a recording of her opening her gifts for each family, then put the QR codes into the TY notes for them to watch! 🔥 🤓
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achievethecore.org Oct 4
Did you know that the most significant factor in comprehension is background knowledge? Text sets are a fantastic way to build knowledge about topics while also gradually increasing the complexity of what students read.
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Beaver Creek Elementary School Oct 2
Teachers are timed sorting playing cards two different ways to learn about the Implicit Association Test and our own blindspots (hidden biases). !
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achievethecore.org Oct 2
The goal of this MLR is to help students revisit and refine their thinking to present a well-developed idea either in response to a prompt, as a solution to a problem, or any other opportunity for communication where precision is a focus.
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achievethecore.org Oct 2
Try the MLR Collect & Display! As the teacher your role is to listen & scribe the language students use during partner, small group, or whole class discussions. This language can be referenced, updated and revised as students thinking changes.
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achievethecore.org Oct 2
Try the Information Gap MLR to cultivate conversation among students by providing an opportunity for meaningful math conversations. Optimize output by helping students describe their thinking and ask questions clearly!
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Kate Fahnestock Oct 2
So many great strategies for developing Math Language Routines! Even our youngest learners can be taught to TALK about math with each other! Complete list of routines from found here:
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Pickering Valley Sep 27
The DASD Mobile Innovation Lab has been at PV all week. Every class participated in dynamic STEM lessons led by Mrs. Schwab. We are looking forward to her return in January!
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Beaver Creek Elementary School Sep 18
So thankful for all the dads who showed up for our Watch DOGS kick off pizza party! Thank you PTO for supporting this event to get new dads involved in year two of this great program. We can't wait to grow our Watch DOG Hall of Fame! !
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