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GPB Education Apr 17
7 Ways to Spark Engagement: 1. Incorporate puzzles 2. Pause after asking questions 3. Ask fewer—but deeper—questions 4. Introduce controversy 5. Bridge the gap 6. Explain why info is important to Ss 7. Encourage dynamic collaboration
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Tᴏᴅᴅ Fɪɴʟᴇʏ Apr 15
Year Enders - We're Getting Close! | Brain Blast
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MindShift Apr 16
Relinquishing control in some areas of the classroom makes students more receptive to instruction, keeps them engaged in what they're learning, and makes them more willing to take on challenges
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Brian Mendler Apr 15
5 tips for defusing mouthy kids. 1. Focus on “what” instead of “how.” 2. Stay personally connected w/out taking it personally. 3. Feel “sad for” instead of “mad at.” 4. Second to last word is best. 5. Walking away = strength.
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MindShift Apr 14
Dweck is worried that as her research became more popular, many people oversimplified its message
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Brian Aspinall 6h
Notice anything about this picture? What does it remind you of?
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Jeff Veal Apr 17
Just a reminder in April when the going gets tough... Don't blame kids. Its our job as the adults to figure out how to connect, engage, and reach even our most challenging kids!
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Dr. Justin Tarte Apr 17
By designing the classroom to the average of everyone, the classroom is ideal to no one. Not all students start at the same spot, nor do they move at the same speed. Appreciate the journey and the uniqueness of each participant.
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Common Sense Education Apr 19
Does your school teach digital citizenship? Learn what it is and why it matters.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Apr 12
As educators, the more we know about ‘who’ we teach, the more effective we will be with ‘what’ we teach. Connecting with our students is the most impactful learning strategy educators can use.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Apr 14
You’re never too busy or too important to be kind. Remember to be kind to everyone you encounter this week—including yourself. Have a great new week!
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Steven Weber 19h
Poorly aligned curriculum & instruction is evident when students attempt to apply their understanding with authentic tasks. If alignment is important for your vehicle, it is even more critical when dealing with children’s lives & their future aspirations.
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MC Grammar Apr 14
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Andy Maillet, Ed.D. Apr 19
If students leave school less curious than when they started, we have failed them.
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Principal Fulk Apr 19
To my fellow principals: Leading a school is an amazing and at times tremendously difficult experience. Some days are great, most days you feel like you do a ton of things poorly. Our attitude over the next month determines how our school year ends.
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Josh Kunnath, Ed.D. Apr 12
What’s a great teacher interview question that you’ve asked or have been asked?
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Eric Sheninger 5h
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MindShift Apr 20
"Dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. It is never the fault of the child, but rather the responsibility of us who teach to find methods that work for that child."
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Weston Kieschnick Apr 14
A “million word gap” for children who aren’t read to at home
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Susan Colton Apr 17
When creating a vision for your school, picture the students at the top of the organizational chart.
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