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Chetan agarwal Jul 4
and a Little cute kid try something at last successfully attempting his mission, reason his father counseled motivated the cuteness relationship a father and his baby
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Chetan agarwal Jul 1
-- the person with a combative attitude who always wins.
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Emily Paschall 12h
All πŸ‘€ are on educators right now. What we say (or don’t say) matters. Lead with confidence, not fear. Speak with positivity, not doom and gloom. And most importantly, keep kids as the #1 focus. We’ve got this!
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Eric Curts Jul 1
A1: Google Docs can be used for creating Choose Your Own Adventure Stories
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Shannon Smith Jul 5
Building relationships with students and parents includes a lot of frontloading, but it actually saves time in the long run. Positive phone calls home make a huge difference to family engagement.
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Todd Nesloney Jul 2
I'm giving away 10 copies of my children's book today!! All you have to do is retweet this to be entered! Winners announced at 10pm CDT! Can't wait? Grab your copy here:
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Eric Curts Jul 1
Q2: What are creative ways students can use Google Slides?
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Patrick Salinas Jul 5
Took time to visit family back home, enjoy the outdoors, read & reflect. 😎 My bucket is full. It’s gotta be! We’ve got work to do! πŸ’ͺ🏽
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Todd Nesloney 10h
"Books can change a life. They open up worlds for us to explore & learn more about not only ourselves but others as well. Books allow us the opportunity to feel less alone & to connect more deeply" Pick up :
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Dr. Angela Reyna Jul 4
Yesterday I was so happy to open my front door and receive an unexpected delivery from Ms. Chavez, my kindergarten teacher, who continues to inspire me. Wow. 😭Never underestimate the power of a teacher. ❀️
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Eric Curts Jul 1
For dozens of creative Google projects for your students, check out my new "Control Alt Achieve" book at
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J. Kapuchuck Jun 28
I will do whatever it takes to bring joy to my students when/if they return in the fall. Safety will be the 1st priority but building positive relationships, SEL & making memorable learning experiences for them will be on forefront.
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Isabel’s Book Promotions Jul 4
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Shannon Smith Jul 5
If you love education, take the time to read: . and put together a practical and thoughtful book full of advice for educators. Our students, staff, families, and communities deserve this investment.
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Amanda Gray Jul 5
"We must make all kids feel special, valued, and important"- / What other fun NO CONTACT greetings can we use? I personally want all of them to chose random dance move! and helping make some great posters!
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Dr. Jessica Ferguson Jul 5
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Self-care is critical as we embrace the challenges of the upcoming school year while we collaboratively and courageously create opportunities to...
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Eric Curts Jul 1
A4: Links can be added to Google Drawings to make interactive images like Thinglink
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Dr. Angela Reyna 2h
When you hold a voluntary faculty meeting during summer vacation and over 100 faculty and staff members still show up. Wow. That’s culture. Our kids deserve it.πŸ–€πŸ’›
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Todd Nesloney Jun 29
"A leader is someone who does risky things not knowing if it's going to work but does it anyway because it's the right thing to do." - Grady, Age 10 Get here:
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