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Thomas Condon Apr 18
Q3. I begin each Monday with a food talk. Very powerful to build relationships! Ss talk about family dynamics, interests, relationships! All lessons then eventually relate to food,fishing, and family fun ... love hearing stories!!
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Jornea Armant Erwin Apr 18
Welcome to ! Introduce yourself and let's get this conversation started! Tell us, have you ever used in your classroom? How?
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Jess Boyce Apr 18
Hey ! 🙋‍♀️ I'm Jess, Educator Innovation Lead on Team . Excited for tonight's chat! My favorite way that I used Flipgrid in my classroom was to have my math students create tutorials based on each standard - we had an entire bank of peer lead lessons!
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Matthew Borelli Apr 18
A4. This is where all these connections via twitter come in. I’m in NYC, I would love to connect with a more suburban/rural community, especially that we have that left coast persona & to hook up with a Midwest community and just talk, tell stories, etc.
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Chris DeRemer Apr 18
A6 Share and model your struggles as a reader, writer, scientist or mathematician. Be open about your fears and weaknesses and share the flaws in your own products and processes as a teacher and learner. Everyone in class is a learner and learning is messy!
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Kristen Koppers, NBCT Apr 18
Kristen from Illinois; high school English teacher. I have not used . Been meaning to but never got to it
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Jess Boyce Apr 18
Q4 The world is much bigger than the four walls of our classroom. How can you leverage technology for students to learn from diverse perspectives?
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Robert Breyer |#BeyondTheDesk| Apr 18
A4: As a classroom teacher I loved connecting with other educators around the world, and collaborating on projects together. We would create videos to share back and forth, and then had the kids create projects from what the other class shared.
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Teachers Connect Apr 18
A5. Oh my goodness! There are so many ways! If you like using technology as a way for Ss to show off their creativity, here're 24 Ways for Students to Showcase Their Best Work.
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Jeffrey Austin Apr 18
Replying to @ElYaafouriELD
Last week, I had students do recommendation cards for their independent reading books modeled after those in our local bookstore. Now, students have a place to go for recommendations + a place to talk about the books they're reading. Student voice in 10 minutes!
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David McGill Apr 18
A3: my Ss and I made indentity wheels which had us think about what makes us unique like ethnicity, gender, religion, and more. We then traded wheels and wrote two stories: one from our perspective and one from a classmates perspective. Helped find authentic voice!
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Todd Shriver Apr 18
A4 We have brought in primary source speakers to our classroom. Started in 2013 with Mark Goodman speaking about MTV in our class. Students are engaged and interact. Can’t get that in a textbook!
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Eric Hayes Apr 18
A2: I have my Ss work in groups in my math class. Since I use a blended approach, there is lot of time for my Ss to help each other and work together.
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Aaron Avera Apr 18
A5: Options upon options upon options. I HATE (sorry any adminisration) paper and pencil tests. I was never good at them so I have a vendetta. I love projects that show mastery.
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Mark Heintz Apr 18
A4: I have seen this thought a lot. I feel that most of our courses have not changed to want the diverse perspectives. We are still stuck in the four walls mindset. We have to change what our courses to be.
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Alexia DeLuca Apr 18
A3: your experiences makes you an individual. I share stories of my childhood/experiences so they can relate to me. Sharing background helps teach respect/accept others’ opinions. Math wise, it also allows leadership roles if they learned something a different way
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Tiffany Ott Apr 18
Replying to @JtuckerJames
True. And I absolutely do not advocate for technology use just for tech’s sake. But there are many ways to get to a single goal, and I think any tool that an educator has access to and finds beneficial in reaching the goal of student empowerment is a good thing.
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Stella Pollard Apr 18
A5: The biggest eye opener for me was realizing that in order to embrace student creativity, I needed to incorporate more student choice. Everyone has different creative strengths. I grew up believing I was not creative b/c I couldn’t draw!
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Jess Boyce Apr 18
Q2 Students learn best when they learn from one another. How might providing students a platform to share their voice inspire other students to meet learning goals?
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Andrea Hogan Apr 18
A1: I give my students as much choice as possible with their education. They are always so much more motivated when they’ve chosen their paths.
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