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Chyrelanne Kuipers
International Educator. MYP Math & Sciences @ Western Academy of Beijing | photographer | foodie | traveller | life long learner | πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Mar 6
I used to think that we’d be in the Survive mode forever and now I think we’re starting to move through Strive and into Thrive. #
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Mar 6
Best advise so far, provide drop in clinics face to face synchronous for small groups at least once a week or have students work on guiding questions or a prompt with one partner or small group via asynchronous learning.
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Mar 6
Attending Effective eLearning Practices session asynchronous with 50 T’s from around the world. A most timely PD as schools are teaching online or are preparing to teach online. Many of us are moving between Survive and Strive and Thrive
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Mar 4
First ever online Grade 7 Assembly with S’s snd T’s on Zoom and we’re playing Kahoot! to review online learning routines, platforms and procedures. So exciting to see so many students in one place
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School shut down re: ? Here is a curated (dynamic) list of resources that the Twitter community has shared. Please RT. πŸ‘‰Online learning -
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Jul 14
Hey!✌️ Download a new cool game Kick The Buddy! It's hilarious!!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Download Kick The Buddy FOR free now
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WAB May 14
Is there a better "math test" than this? Students use their knowledge of area and perimeter to design and build their own tents...while camping near the Great Wall of China!
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Chyrelanne Kuipers May 28
Excited to be part of this Learning Spaces journey and privileged to be part of this amazingly professional MS Math team!
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George Couros 18 Dec 18
To Learn, Students Need to DO Something via
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Chyrelanne Kuipers May 28
Today we started the next step in new journey - practicing in our soon to be β€œmath learning spaces.” After weeks of conversations, planning, decisions, and last minute organization of math manipulatives, Ss and Ts were excited to begin!
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Chyrelanne Kuipers May 1
New Math Spaces: An Equation for Success | News Articles
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Chyrelanne Kuipers May 2
Replying to @StevenB_2
Hi Steve! What grade is this math unit? What’s the end product? I’m not sure how mass fits in, but when I read the rest of the list I’m imagining students creating β€œtiny house” style treehouse/ dream bedroom/ spaceship...
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Chyrelanne Kuipers May 2
Day 2. Deep in the weeds of vertically and horizontally aligning MYP math curriculum for Grades 6-8. What is essential? What is negotiable? Determining essential competencies as we move into our new math learning spaces next year.
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dailySTEM (Chris Woods) May 1
A1: Any space can & should be a learning space. The classroom, backyard, backseat, or waiting room at the doctors office. Learning is more than desks & worksheets.
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Dan Meyer May 1
πŸ’š "My relevance as an educator has less to do with technology than it does with my capacity to reinforce humanity at every turn."
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Chyrelanne Kuipers May 1
New Math Spaces: An Equation for Success | News Articles
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Apr 23
Replying to @mraspinall
Receiving their undivided attention
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WAB Apr 21
Part 1 of our new series: WAB's "Little Village" will increase the diversity of physical, social, and sensory learning activities; connect learning to the real world; and increase focus on nature and the imagination. :
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Apr 23
Developing goals and a three year plan for our new math learning spaces. The future of learning begins today!
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Chyrelanne Kuipers Apr 21
Our amazing middle school math team is developing our three year plan and goals for our new math learning spaces. The future of learning starts today! Stay tuned for updates...
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