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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 29
More important than providing more remote learning ideas is checking in with each of your students on their well-being and sense of belonging. Creating a warm, joyful, and inviting tone in this reimagined remote classroom is first and foremost.
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 27
My hope is that from this trying time, we will have a renewed mission to embrace our creativity, our imaginations, our own uniqueness, and not the structures and programming of the past.
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John Kline Mar 27
Personal learning from across town. Staying close to your learners in times I'm guest hosting Join us Monday at 4 PM EST/7PM PST Please RT!
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 26
Want your students to show their thinking? They can do it with the screencast feature inside of . Then add music, video, or text for even more fun!
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Dr. Elizabeth Hoover Mar 26
A behind the scenes look at creating a daily Q and A video for staff and families. Thank you, for making it easy to connect with our community! Watch today's message at
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 26
Engage students in by giving them opportunities to create a video response in or Google Classroom using . I created a short video to show you how!
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WeVideo Mar 26
Something to try with your students!💡💻
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 26
Want your students to show their thinking? They can do it with the screencast feature inside of . Then add music, video, or text for even more fun!
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Wendy Benefield Mar 26
This is so cool!! This is my next tutorial for my teachers and distant learning!! Thanks!
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Dr. Paul Bloomberg Mar 26
Super excited to launch 🚀 “The Core Contributes” on Saturday - we are launching FREE PD for teachers & you can earn a college credit-NYC CTLE Credit. Can’t wait!
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 25
Remote Learning: Model solving a math problem for your students? Simple! You can do a screencast in ​! Check out this one I created.
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 25
That's awesome, thanks !
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 25
How to make an engaging instructional video for and how students can respond.
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 24
My hope is that from this trying time, we will have a renewed mission to embrace our creativity, our imaginations, our own uniqueness, and not the structures and programming of the past.
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 24
My hope is that from this trying time, we will have a renewed mission to embrace our creativity, our imaginations, our own uniqueness, and not the structures and programming of the past.
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 24
Here is user friendly graphic that highlights some simple and fun ideas for learning at home.
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 24
A3: I know packets of worksheets are not the answer (in the classroom and certainly not at home). Even with limited tech, there are a plethora of hands-on learning opportunities that don't involve worksheets.
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 24
Replying to @JenWilliamsEdu
So great to be here, my friend!
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 24
Replying to @APascoEdTech
Thanks Anne!
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Mar 24
A2: We know there will be gaps in connectivity and devices. It's important that we develop resources that ensure ALL kids can learn remotely.
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