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Steven Weber
Associate Superintendent, Speaker/Consultant, BAMMY Award nominee, Edu Blogger, and PDK Emerging Leader
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Steven Weber 1h
Some teachers have found that students love the novelty of an “Old School” desk as a choice for seating. Our seat is often determined by our mood or the task.
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FPS Professional Learning 4h
Kim Brown from the is working with FPS Administrators on the Science of Reading.
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Steven Weber 5h
The Bright-Spot Philosophy By Dan and Chip Heath
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Blended Learning is allowing students to own their learning and monitor their personal goals.
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McNair Middle School 19h
6th grade Social Studies students in Mr. McGill and Mrs. Hart’s class are analyzing photographs of cave drawings. I wonder, I see, I hear, I feel
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ASCD Sep 24
"Metacognition is being conscious of what's going on in your brain". Learn more at
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Learning Space: It’s A Great Day For Learning in Fayetteville Public Schools!!!
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Mrs. Wolchok’s 4th graders enjoy sharing strategies at their standing desks at Vandergriff Elementary
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Having A Ball and Collaborating With Classmates at
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Students Love Options: Standing Desk Couch Stools Bench
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Steven Weber Sep 24
School: This is My Happy Place!!!
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Learning Space: Not Your Mom or Dad’s Classroom
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Flexible Seating and Choice For Students in Fayetteville Public Schools
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Knowing-Doing Gap Policymakers, Superintendents, Principals, Teachers, and School Improvement Teams Focus On School Improvement. The problem is not an absence of policies, procedures, timelines, or meetings. Most school districts fail to fully implement the plan.
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Steven Weber Sep 24
Teach students how to create their own questions. Deeper understanding is often a result of the questions we are chasing, rather than the correct answer to existing questions.
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Jill Thompson Sep 23
A1. The media center should be the hub of secondary schools and having a makerspace there would draw in more students
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edutopia Sep 23
So simple, yet so powerful.
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Steven Weber Sep 23
Does your school district have a great science program/materials? Looking for materials/companies closely aligned to NGSS. Thanks for sharing!
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Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah Sep 23
At-risk or At-Promise? Join me for chat Tue. 9/25 6pmPST. 5 in 50! 5 Questions Im 50 minutes. Let’s talk about our beliefs & expectations for students. All students.
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