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Michael BondClegg
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Michael BondClegg Nov 17
Student DJs keeping things lit at the winter wonderland dance
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Michael BondClegg Nov 6
Avoiding pseudo agency is important- how could this model be applied in and ?
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Bruce L. Smith Nov 1
The fact that we say “in the real world” in contrast to school...Doesn’t that tell you something about how relevant most schools are?
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Michael BondClegg Oct 30
students planning horror film trailers - the energy is fantastic!
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Michael BondClegg Oct 22
Replying to @adegiorgioPE
If Ss all had wellness goals, this could be built into their regular schedule, by the Ss themselves. Just as we schedule our workouts.
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Michael BondClegg Oct 22
The Shift from Engaging Students to Empowering Learners via
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Michael BondClegg Oct 21
Replying to @adegiorgioPE
We see our students five times every two weeks. Would be interested in going more to a needs based schedule.
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Michael BondClegg Oct 21
Replying to @mrgodsiff
Thanks Evan, it’s always such a point of confusion for me with MYP - probably more influenced by policy makers than anything else.
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Michael BondClegg Oct 21
Replying to @LauraEngland
That’s exciting - let me know how the co-creation goes!
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Michael BondClegg Oct 20
Attempting to engage my Ss by bringing a little more voice and agency into my MYP classes.
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Michael BondClegg Oct 17
Students using the “evil-ometer” to debate ideas around censorship.
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Michael BondClegg Oct 17
Behind the scenes of movie making magic by Media students at
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Michael BondClegg Oct 16
Replying to @LauraEngland
Thanks for reading 😊
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Michael BondClegg Oct 16
Ss work hard on authentic assessments that are anything but. How can we facilitate true authenticity?
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Bruce L. Smith Sep 29
When students have real power, they are really free to follow their own interests.
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Michael BondClegg Sep 29
Collecting feedback from Ss is fairly standard - taking visible action based on the feedback is true respect
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Sisyphus Sep 25
I'm just wonder what kids could've learned while they are ignoring what someone is trying to make them learn.
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Michael BondClegg Sep 25
Replying to @msjo_aisk
Have you used flip grid yet? Check it out
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Michael BondClegg Sep 25
Replying to @LauraEngland
If Ss can’t build the rubric, it’s fairly useless. SPRs are much easier for Ss to develop and wrap their heads around - enjoy!
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Michael BondClegg Sep 18
Media students creating lesson plans in order to share their learning.
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