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Alex Corbitt Oct 13
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Nathan Maynard Oct 18
A goal I recently started with my students: Each week, I am trying to find one new “thing” about a student that I didn’t know. It’s been a great rapport building activity!
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Jeff Hiser Oct 16
☑️ What we do. ☑️ How we do it. 🎯 Why we do it. Start with why & open the door to limitless possibilities!
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eric schildge 13h
Anyone care to guess when these ideas were "new?" I bet someone at or knows!
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Anne-Maria Yritys 3h
Don't limit a child to your learning, for they were born of another time. via
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TeachThought Oct 17
👀 50 Ways To Use Bloom's Taxonomy In The Classroom
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Shashi 1h
Visualizing Kolb's experiential theory of the learning cycle. The learning cycle basically involves four stages namely: concrete learning, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization and active experimentation.
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Rewiring Education Oct 17
The future is here - are our kids ready? Great read from on how to prepare today's students for tomorrow's work force.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Oct 16
Give yourself permission to be human! We are not perfect—life happens, we make mistakes, we have bad days, but it doesn’t mean we’re failures or worse, bad people. Cut yourself some slack—and remember...it’s okay.
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Teacharian 7h
'Tales from the Odyssesy' schools performance at was some of the most fabulous storytelling for children I've ever seen, the kids were on the edge of their seats throughout! It's repeated FREE this weekend too for families: Do go!
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𝕃𝕖𝕖 𝔸𝕟𝕟 𝕁𝕦𝕟𝕘 Oct 17
“We aren’t data-driven; we are learned driven” is a platitude. Don’t we base instructional decisions on S strengths, interests, needs, passions, opinions, etc? Surely we don’t make decisions W/O these DATA? To do so is irresponsible & ignores the science & art of teaching
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Jay Thompson Oct 14
We need to develop problem finders and critical thinkers, not human databases.
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Lara Rodrigues 4h
A great resource to cultivate empathy and a collaborative culture
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Bethany Hill🌟#JoyfulLeaders 13h
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MindShift Oct 18
Educators are trying to get students in the habit of explaining their thinking at a young age, pushing them to give evidence for their answers in situations where there are several ways to think about a problem
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Make A Future 1h
3 Easy Ways to Use Bilingual Books in Every Classroom
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Bill Honig 4h
Delaware: Betsy DeVos Gives State $10.4 Million to Expand Charters, Despite Lack of Demand via |
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TeachThought PD 15h
8 Things Every Teacher Needs To Improve - TeachThought PD
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Kristine Napper 5h
Fastest way to earn students' respect: show them a card trick. Fastest way to earn undying gratitude: teach the secret behind the magic. (That's probably a metaphor or valuable lesson.... But we were really just having a few minutes of insignificant fun.:))
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Dr. Marcia Tate Oct 18
Find ways to consciously build positive emotions into your life!Whether it’s through religion or meditation, a conversation with a good friend, a book, a game, or anything else—just a few moments can lead to a decrease in stress and help you see the joy in life.
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