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Sarah Thompson Jul 13
Does this tweet count as credit about seeing tonight?! 😁
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veronica Jul 15
Quote about Growth Mindset.
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Mary-Katherine Howard Jul 14
It's happening! Have to just accept it!
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daniellemaynard Jul 14
Great source on citing SOURCES! 😁
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Max S Jul 14
Replying to @SThompson13142
Give the students ownership of their work! Let them show their knowledge by making movies then share with stakeholders. Awesome idea.
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Max S Jul 14
Meet the | Cult of Pedagogy Very interesting spin on rubrics. Give a ton of space for feedback and improvements for the students.
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Kate Melvin Jul 11
Classroom participation is huge, but identifying students who aren't as engaged can be difficult. This podcast introduced me to Equity Maps as well as other intriguing tech tools to use this year!
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Stephanie A. Jones 21h
Grading can be less than rewarding. However, sometimes a student's work is so superb that my spirits just lift.
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Darby Martin Jul 14
This may have been my first semester of grad school, but I have already learned so much. I am ready to get back in the classroom and promote digital literacy and technology in my ELA classroom. Bring on the new year!
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Telicia Thomas Jul 14
Amazing web 2.0 tools I will absolutely use!
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Lauren Caslen Jul 14
Thoroughly enjoyed all of the new resources and websites I learned about in this summer.
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Max S Jul 14
Top 10 Content Curation Tools to Get You Started + [Infographic] via Great read if you’re looking to get started your own curation!
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Telicia Thomas Jul 14
High expectations for all students. Increase growth mindset!
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veronica Jul 13
I am finished with my mini lessons.
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Kate Melvin Jul 13
Why teach anything at all if you aren’t teaching your students to be good citizens? Life skills are essential!
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Lesley Walden Jul 14
Check it out!
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Telicia Thomas Jun 2
Flipgrid is an awesome way to engage students with technology while integrating content. Students are given prompts/topics and submit their responses using short videos. It's free to sign up. Some limitations, but still a great tool to use!
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daniellemaynard Jul 14
Writing Apps and Tools that are FREE!
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ShaTavia Crawford Jul 10
Here are some great sound sites that can be implemented to help increase student focus
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Max S Jul 14
30 Of The Best Digital Collaboration Tools For Students via @ was used in one of my PD days this year by an instructional coach. Still haven’t used it yet. Very user friendly.
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