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Jessica Zimmerman Jun 11
My favorite shirt to wear on PD days! Always a lot of complements!
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Jennifer Stephens Jun 18
A little louder for the people in the back.
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kbrown2019 14h
Shout out to Suzy McDonald for always turning the vision into a reality in her classroom. She doesn’t just teach facts about a country she truly lets the kids experience it. This is connected learning.
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Teresa Thomassen 17h
A3. Ability to so easily find resources to remix and the willingness of creators to use licenses to allow sharing and remixing happen. Ss need to be taught how to do that.
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Kristen Bullock Jun 17
A2 - "Once you stop learning, you start dying." - Albert Einstein What if all students and teachers felt this way? Education should be primarily about exploring, creating, and molding students into lifelong learners.
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kay houston 9h
I couldn’t have a better teacher partner than you, Janet. Thank you for your patience and your support. You not only make an impact on your students, including my granddaughter, but on the teachers you work with, especially me.
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nelle 18h
Change is scary but then again, so is life.
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Jaime A Wallace Jun 17
A2: There are so many great quotes in the Introduction; it's hard to select the one that stood out the most. However, I especially loved, "If students leave school less curious than when they started, we have failed them." That's so powerful!!
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Mallory Batchler🍎 Jun 17
A2: The quote that stood out to me the most was, “If students leave school less curious than when they started, we have failed them.” We tell students to hold all questions until the end, but what if we used those questions to enhance our teaching.
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BHMS North Library 11h
Shout-out to for creating a culture of innovation at MSN by allowing Ss to CHOOSE and for giving Ss opportunities to innovate whether it be creating book trailers or posters, etc. You Rock!
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Jacqueline Beyer Apr 22
“Would I want to be a learner in my own classroom?” -what a great question to think about!
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Jacqueline Beyer Apr 13
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Mark Slack May 30
Loving my new shirt Can’t wait to wear it to school.
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Faith Huff, M.Ed, MLIS Jun 17
A2-"When students graduate many of them are good at one thing: school." This is me. Curiosity, collab, challenging the norm, problem solving..I learned all those OUTSIDE of or IN SPITE of school. We want to create kids ready for real-life
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