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GPB Education Apr 17
7 Ways to Spark Engagement: 1. Incorporate puzzles 2. Pause after asking questions 3. Ask fewerโ€”but deeperโ€”questions 4. Introduce controversy 5. Bridge the gap 6. Explain why info is important to Ss 7. Encourage dynamic collaboration
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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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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 Aspinall Apr 21
Notice anything about this picture? What does it remind you of?
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3 Easy Steps For Students To Give Peer Feedback.
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Year Enders - We're Getting Close! | Brain Blast
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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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MindShift Apr 14
Dweck is worried that as her research became more popular, many people oversimplified its message
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Brian Mendler Apr 15
5 tips for defusing mouthy kids. 1. Focus on โ€œwhatโ€ instead of โ€œhow.โ€ 2. Stay personally connected w/out taking it personally. 3. Feel โ€œsad forโ€ instead of โ€œmad at.โ€ 4. Second to last word is best. 5. Walking away = strength.
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Brian Aspinall 19h
Name one characteristic of a phenomenal leader.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Apr 18
Stop worrying about what happened yesterday or what might happen tomorrow. Focus on all the good you can do right now.
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Brian Aspinall 1h
Thoughts on this? โ€œThe most valuable thing you can make is a mistake. You cannot learn anything from being perfect.โ€
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Steven Weber 45m
3 Benefits of Learning Walks: 1. You find the strengths in each teacher. 2. Students will share what they are learning. 3. You are reminded of your WHY.
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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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Eric Sheninger 23h
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Lisa Romano 12h
Testing season is here. We spend all year building our students up. Letโ€™s not forget about parents. Check-in and illuminate the bigger picture. Weโ€™re all in this together!
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MindShift 18h
Inquiry-based learning is the foundation for many student-centered strategies -- students are asking their own questions, discovering answers and using their teachers as resources and guides
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Ted Fujimoto 15h
More Physical Activity Each Day Could Improve Academics For Children, Teens. In my experience, it also is essential for critical thinking and creativity---even for adults. My best problem solving comes when I'm pacing and walking.
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Natasha Akery Apr 17
If Winterfell is a public school, then Daenerys is straight up that first year teacher who doesnโ€™t understand why the students donโ€™t respect her based solely on her title.
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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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