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edutopia 9h
Imagine teaching in a district that exclusively serves children with severe disabilities. It’s as hard as it is rewarding. A former teacher of District 75 in South Bronx visits and shares their stories.
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edutopia 11h
Just as students don’t immediately know how to divide fractions, they also don’t necessarily know how to participate well in class. Instruction and feedback helps level the field in student-led discussions.
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edutopia 13h
Thanks to the teachers Who support student success. You sure inspire us.
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edutopia 13h
Time is essential for helping students develop a healthy math identity—both to allow students the room to think before an answer and to understand the “why” behind problems.
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edutopia 15h
Replying to @SoniaNelson228
We love hearing this. It sounds like you've built a great rapport with your students and their families.
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edutopia 17h
“I asked myself why I was the one doing all the work when the students were here to learn. After that, I have completely shifted to student-centered everything. If I talk for more than 10 minutes, it’s too much.” —Teacher Adrianne Moe
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edutopia 18h
The 5E instructional model is helping this school implement project-based learning in a digestible manner.
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edutopia 18h
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Sorry, we don't have any giveaways planned.
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edutopia Apr 17
Replying to @WestWriter1
Great ideas! Here are some of our Earth Day posts:
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edutopia Apr 16
When it comes to test-taking, “don’t sweat it” doesn’t come easy. But stress-reducing techniques are vital for student success.
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edutopia Apr 16
Playtime can also be *learning* time, allowing room for exploration, creativity, and socialization.
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edutopia Apr 16
C’est vrai! Learning a new language is nerve wracking. Here’s how you can create a non-threatening environment to get students talking. 💬
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edutopia Apr 16
There are stories and real-life connections behind math problems. Here’s how one teacher brings that out for her trigonometry students.
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edutopia Apr 16
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Nora Fleming Apr 16
The 6,050 teachers and 8,700 paraprofessionals of District 75, a district comprised entirely of special needs students, have some of the toughest jobs in education. A former teacher visits and shares their stories.
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edutopia Apr 16
This tiny stack of cards helps students participate and have a voice—even if they’re shy.
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edutopia Apr 16
Collaboration isn’t just about small-group cohesion, but also about students having more connections with others in the classroom social network.
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edutopia Apr 16
Teens who feel competent, autonomous, and valued are also more likely to be motivated and engaged. 🙌🏽
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edutopia Apr 15
These simple activities are just the trick to get kids centered and ready to learn. No magic wand required.
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edutopia Apr 15
in your classroom because poetry itself is living, breathing, and happening all around us.
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