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Brian Aspinall Jul 19
I have a new cohort of teachers enrolled in my eLearning course with which starts in August. Social experiment - trying to show the power of twitter - Can you reply here with your location and what it is you teach? Thanks!
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Kellie Bahri Jul 12
I woukd love my students to remember me as a teacher who cared for them, loved them for who they were, and believed in them enough to push them to their greatest potential. And they left my class believing in themselves.
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Brian Aspinall Jul 16
Anyone can code and everyone should try it.
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Teresa Gross πŸ“πŸ“š Jul 16
A2: Once I understand the basic command using "print" I loved being able to play a little using upper and lower. I could see how this would be appealing to Ss and Ts because of the ability to differentiate!
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Teresa Gross πŸ“πŸ“š 56m
Coming to weekly chat in August!
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Teresa Gross πŸ“πŸ“š 1h
Please join us Tuesday for our weekly chat!
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Puzzler Jul 20
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Jerren Pittaluga Jul 19
A2: Tough question! I think a big part of why people are slow to change has to do with comfort. It’s easier sometimes to do what’s always been done than to step out of the box and try something new. I know I’ve fallen into that trap way too often.
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Amy McLaughlin Jul 19
Q4: the battle between time and growth
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Brian Aspinall Jul 18
The woman who taught computers to speak English via
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Jerren Pittaluga Jul 19
A3: I think I’m somewhere in between. The biggest barrier for me, is my own personality. I’ve been slowly learning to give up more control, but it’s hard. I will have a student teacher this year so I think that will help in the learning process.
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Brian Aspinall Jul 14
When kids cheat on assignments it is because they have been taught that grades outweigh the importance of knowing things. How can we fix this?
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Amy McLaughlin Jul 19
Q1: Let's get started! Don't forget to reply with
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Valerie Sousa Jul 18
My K students whisper a clue about themselves that I write down. I share the clues and students have to code the mouse to the name they guessed the clue was about. It’s a great way to bring students together to learn fun facts about each other.
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Jerren Pittaluga Jul 19
A2: I’d like to think I’m a critical thinker. I used to be a big risk-taker and was always known as the one trying new things, so much so that I was asked to present the PD on those β€œthings”. Now, not so much and I’m trying to reflect on why it’s changed.
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Gretchen Dorn Jul 16
Thank you for the great chat!
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Replying to @mraspinall @YorkUedPL
I teach middle school coding and design in Coquitlam BC.πŸ˜€ Today were making retro games.
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Chase Puckett Jul 18
Replying to @mraspinall
Buy comfortable, supportive shoes three times a year. Start investing in a 403b or 401k now. Go to the gym regularly.
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Jamey Byers Jul 16
Thanks for the shared learning opportunity.
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Brian Aspinall Jul 18
If you could talk to first year teacher you, what would you say?
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