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Meredith Johnson - #BookCampPD 14h
A2. This is one of my FAVORITE graphics about cross-curricular approaches. You may want to save it to discuss it with students later?
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Jessica Madiratta 14h
Hello! My name is Jessica and I teach grade 2-4 mathematics in Canada. My favourite memory of the summer so far is seeing the Golden Gate Bridge πŸŒ‰.
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Tiffany Ott 13h
A7 Your best first step is to actually read the standards for other subject areas! Print them out, grab a highlighter, and mark anything that connects to your own content. Find a colleague who will lend you their textbook for the weekend and explore!
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Thank you so much for having me on today as guest moderator! The is doing great work, so make sure to check them out, and... if you can, try to make it to the Teach Better Conference! Details at site below:
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Erika Garcia 14h
A1: Transdisciplinary learning means banging down the doors between content and figuring out how to make the collective content relevant for the sake of application in a world where we need to be prepared for anything.
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Tiffany Ott 14h
A2 I often find that many educators see standards as constraints rather than starting points. & actually lend themselves quite well to interdisciplinary learning. We often have to get out of our own way and open up to the connections that are right there!
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Joshua Stamper Jul 11
A6: After an escalation, reflecting w/ the student on de-escalation strategies & teaching self regulation skills. Most Ss are unaware of these skills. Here is a nice guide w/ strategies to calm a student down from an escalated state
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Meredith Johnson - #BookCampPD 14h
Replying to @freshfromthe4th
I adore this graphic that talks about silos. It really gets to the heart of the matter. Perhaps it could be placed beside the mailboxes in a MS/HS?
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Cheryl Graff 14h
Hi family! Cheryl Graff, Sped Teacher from Chicago. It's been a few weeks. Just got back from a wonderful vacation in Italy!
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Jeffrey Austin 14h
Hello ! I'm Jeff + I'm an Instructional Coach, Writing Center Director + ELA Department Chair in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I'm really excited to talk about cross-curricular lessons with tonight!
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Katie Alvarez 14h
A4 I have found that my Ss prefer cross curricular learning experiences. As one student once put it, β€œMrs. Alvarez, this activity is like real life”. Which made me question everything I did that did not amplify interdisciplinary practices.
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Rachel Murat 14h
Understanding that learning doesn't happen in a silo or vacuum and that skills are transferable.
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Q1: Tonight’s chat is all about learning that crosses boundaries – in the curriculum! How would you define cross-curricular learning?
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Tiffany Ott 14h
A4 I've had Ss say, "Why are we learning about science in math?" They are wary of it because cross-curricular is uncommon. Working on the class culture, explaining the why, hearing their concerns & responding all help build trust!
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Tiffany Ott 14h
A3 I have to be very careful not to dominate conversations with colleagues when we start thinking about interdisciplinary learning. I get very excited & have a million ideas - which can intimidate the people I work with and push them away. Listening is key to trust.
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Renee Costarella 14h
A2: NGSS, CCSS, and Math have practices/ skills that allow Ts to design and Ss to demonstrate to connect relevant demonstrations and learning processes.
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Rachel Murat 14h
Q4: do you really need to advertise it as "cross curricular"? Can't it just be learning? For example, when we dissect documents, I don't advertise it as ELA, we just do it.
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Renee Costarella 13h
A5: Ss develop their own perspective rather than trying to figure out what the Ts perspective is. It also allows Ss to hear their peers’ view therefore becoming empathetic that the world has many demensions to it...
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Angelia GrimesGraeme 13h
A1 I definite cross-curricular learning as any learning that combines more than one content area. That could be combing the arts with science or embedding social studies during ELA.
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Jarrod Weiss 14h
Jarrod from Marysvile, OH, aspiring school leader. Best memory β€” my wife is out tonight w/ friends and I have five kids in the house right now. All under the age of 7!
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