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Leslie Lederman--BER Jan 24
Learning from some of the BEST! If you missed this conference, try to join us for one in March. BER Seminar- Guided Math Conference (Grades K-6)... or via
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Bureau of Education Jan 24
We are pumped for you too!
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Black&Educated Jan 24
Who knew math could be so fun? The Guided Math Conference and all its presenters were AWESOME! So much knowledge gained and so many ideas added to my tool belt. I’m pumped! 😊
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Bureau of Education Jan 24
We love to hear that and wish you all the best as you implement those new co-teaching ideas into your school!
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Bureau of Education Jan 24
Thanks for sharing!
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Erin Aitken Jan 24
Here we go...up next to present at the Train the Trainer Co-Teaching That Works!! Thank you and . Best 4 days of training in Anaheim. This visual is powerful .
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LaTasha Scott Jan 24
I have learned so much during the BER Guided Math conference! However, the biggest highlight was meeting author of Mathematical Discourse: Let The Kids Talk! I was so honored to learn so much from her!
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Barbara Blanke Jan 23
There is more to a ten frame than 5 and some more! 100 South Carolina math teachers learning and jammin’n! ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Bureau of Education Jan 23
Here is an example of one of the many strategies highlights during his on working with students who have or may have . “Sky writing” helps students reinforce high frequency words, so they can read and spell more successfully.
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Bureau of Education Jan 23
Learning from the best, !
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Vince Mancuso Jan 22
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Bureau of Education Jan 22
Replying to @MrsMCESL
So excited for you and the great content you'll be able to bring back to your kinders!
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Educator Alexander Jan 22
Do you teach ELA in the Anaheim area? Come join us this week! BER Seminar- Making Best Use of Google Classroom to Strengthen Your ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS Instruction... via
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Ms. Pratt Jan 21
How my head of new ideas from the conference is feeling today:
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InclusionForAll Jan 21
At the end of every lesson- we should ask our students 3 questions: What did you learn ? What skill did you improve upon today? How has your thinking changed? Our goal is real world utilization 🌟 Great work Kelly, Amy, Barb!
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Steve Morris Jan 21
In Cleveland working with some amazing secondary math teachers on , , , , and choice boards using DOK.
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Bureau of Education Jan 21
The range of apps that recommends is plenty to get students excited in the classroom!
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Kelly Harmon Jan 21
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Diego Ojeda Jan 20
is gearing up to share his WL strategies this week in White Plains, Long Branch, Newark, and Chicago. Is not too late to register and learn from him.
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Karen Scott Jan 19
So excited to begin reading 2020 books!!! I can already tell it’s going to be a fantastic year! #
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