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Dr. Catlin Tucker Aug 7
3 Ways to Use Video Conferencing with Students Learning Remotely
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Dr. Catlin Tucker Aug 6
Traits of a Successful Online Teacher -
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Lisa Stringfellow Aug 8
Teacher friends, books do not write themselves. They’re the result of someone’s labor. Thus, we shouldn’t expect them to be free. Our response to seeing this shared shouldn’t be, “OMG Amazing!” It should be, “It’s unethical & illegal to share copies of pirated books.”
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Fixing Education Aug 3
A Georgia Summer Camp had a Covid outbreak. •There were 597 people at the camp •Of those, 344 were tested •Among those tested, 260 tested positive •Mostly children School districts, states..does this change how you feel about the possibility of reopening schools?
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Steve Wyborney 20h
In less than a week, my YouTube multiplication course will be completely ready! It's very, very close! It's completely free for all students, educators, and parents. It's 12 chapters, designed for grades 3-8.
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Dr. Catlin Tucker Aug 5
As we prepare for this unpredictable school year, I encourage educators to make time for a mindfulness practice & encourage students to do the same! Health & Wellness Choice Boards for Teachers & Students
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Susan Colton 20h
KIND WORDS CAN BE SHORT AND EASY TO SPEAK BUT THEIR ECHOES ARE TRULY ENDLESS.” Mother Teresa
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Eric Sheninger Aug 9
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Dr. Marcia Tate 17h
The path to success isn’t a straight line! Don’t be discouraged by obstacles or doubts. Remember to aim for consistency rather than perfection.
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MindShift Aug 5
According to a student engagement survey, student choice is listed as one of the most engaging strategies a teacher can allow in the classroom.
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Kathleen Odean Aug 8
Here’s this week’s PICTURE BOOK GIVEAWAY for and . Retweet & follow (or already be following) to enter. Winner will be posted on Saturday, 8/15. US only.
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Dr. Lisa Corbin Aug 9
Should students’ cameras be on or off?
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Dr. Marcia Tate Aug 9
Do you dread Mondays? If so, maybe you need to reconnect to *why* you first decided to become a teacher. The blessing of loving what you do and making a difference in the lives of your students means, even when challenges arise, a new week is something to look forward to!
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TheRealLindsayDeacon Aug 7
There’s a lot of noise over the methods of teacher PD right now. Just a reminder that effective PD does not require in-person contact, but it does require these conditions.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Aug 5
Taking the time to build relationships with your students is one way teachers can put love into what we do. When students know how much you care, they’ll care how much you know.
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Robert Jackson Aug 9
If you call yourself a leader but can’t handle someone criticizing you, you’re not ready to lead! God is calling you to be great! Stay out of your emotions.
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POPKids 2m
Use of Technology in Teaching and Learning
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Jennifer Gonzalez Aug 8
5 Common Teaching Practices I'm Kicking to the Curb
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@EduProtocols Aug 9
Need lesson plans for the first week of online learning that ALSO boot up a positive class culture?? HERE YOU GO Start for the first 4 days of school! Copy them all! Mix and match. ditchbook
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Dr. Brandon Abdon 📖 ✊ Aug 8
I asked: "How do you teach that?" She replied: "They do a project on..." I interrupted, nicely: "Projects aren't teaching; they're assigning and expecting." ...crickets... "That explains a lot," she replied.
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