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Claire Seldon
Learning Designer | HS Teacher | | Gaming nerd | 🐸 
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Christopher Lewis 23h
My 5th-grade daughter project of turning an element into a cartoon character. When educators allow students to think and create.
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Claire Seldon 7h
Replying to @kelittlejohn
yes indeed!
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Claire Seldon 10h
Replying to @DrNomyn
More a than b but some of both
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Claire Seldon 10h
Replying to @DrNomyn
Yes! But it's hard and i don't want to judge ppl who don't
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Claire Seldon 17h
Replying to @sputniksteve
I don't understand why teachers who are supposed to be role models and carers can be so rude to ppl they don't know over theoretical ideas.
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Claire Seldon 18h
Replying to @sputniksteve
Oh yeah ok fair enough. It just makes me sad and i don't understand why.
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Claire Seldon 18h
Replying to @sputniksteve
Why teachers are so mean to other teachers on Twitter when they wouldn't tolerate that behaviour in their students? Why we can't seem to disagree politely?
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Claire Seldon 18h
Looking forward to it!
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Joel Speranza Nov 19
Stumbling in and out of to remind everyone that you don't have to pick a team. It doesn't need to be inquiry vs explicit.
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Roxy Moore Nov 18
I'm over at yarning up how we need to overhaul the youth injustice system, and findings. Sign the petition to help kids thrive, not be abused behind bars>
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Robert Macfarlane Nov 18
What an *astonishing* resource: two million wondrous nature illustrations made freely available by the Biodiversity Heritage Library. Yes. Images here: Background to the project here:
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Tim Taylor Nov 19
Thank you to everyone who responded to this question. The thread makes for very interesting reading 👇
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Claire Seldon Nov 19
Replying to @DrNomyn @gripgirl
one of my boys fidgeted more when he was interested. if he sat quietly and didn't move then he wasn't engaged. and i think an activity that engaged one group one year might not work as well with the next group the year after. teaching is so situational.
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Claire Seldon Nov 19
Replying to @DrNomyn @gripgirl
and what about equity issues? if a S is shy, on the spectrum, depressed, has a stutter or comes from a cultural background where eye contact is not the norm (t name a few possible reasons) they won't appear "engaged". i tried to judge based on individual S signals and output
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Claire Seldon Nov 18
how awesome!!! :D
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Claire Seldon Nov 18
yep three men ganging up on any one person is threatening, regardless of their gender. then why did one of you say you would be drinking by the third question? that sure implied a lack of seriousness
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Claire Seldon Nov 18
why is your knowing more correct than someone else's knowing? we all think we know lots of things, very often we have data to back it up, we always have lived experience. that doesnt mean you need to laugh at ppl. the tone of your tweets is dismissive not discussive.
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Claire Seldon Nov 18
this is not fun or funny, it's mean and spoils twitter for those of us who are are trying to be polite and professional and learn from others, even if we disagree with their ideas. please act like the role models you are supposed to be.
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Claire Seldon Nov 18
if a student came to you and said im trying to play with my friends but these three boys are laughing at me and calling me names and spoiling our fun what would you do?
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