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Jennifer Gonzalez Feb 14
5 Common Teaching Practices I'm Kicking to the Curb
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Jennifer Gonzalez Feb 17
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Jennifer Gonzalez Feb 13
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georgia dayer Feb 19
My favorite tool I learned about today in is Class Kick! 😊 I love that I can now go paperless with my worksheets and never have to worry about printing problems!!
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Jayla Kelley Feb 19
This week in my I learned about an app called class kick. I can not wait to use it in my classroom as a future teacher! How cool is making digital worksheets and your students are able to work on it straight from their devices?😊
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Tyler Rablin 4h
New Blog Post: The Twelve Indicators of an Innovative Classroom: Series Introduction
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Emily Hickam Feb 19
Today in we learned about different educational apps. My favorite was Class Kick! I thought it was cool how you can make online worksheets and watch students work and give feedback!
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Michael Matera 15h
Let’s make sure to remember that play is a powerful learning tool as well. Build relationships with your kids.
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Learning Forward Feb 17
In a national online survey of 1,246 coaches, administrators and teachers, nearly nine in 10 said they found value in coaching as a form of professional development.
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Mitchell Flint Feb 18
In we learned about accessibility features. My favorite was the display and text size tab. Check out all of the changes you can make to you IPad.
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Hailey Swain Feb 19
Today in , we learned about a lot of cool apps to use in our classrooms! My favorite one is because you can get student feedback immediately! I can’t wait to look into it and learn more about it.
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Rachelle Dene Poth #ThriveinEDU #AI #ARVR 3h
What Brain Science Teaches Us About Conflict Resolution
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Dr. David Franklin 8h
If we can't answer the question "why do I need to know this", then we shouldn't be teaching it.
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Alayna Rohde Feb 19
I love using nearpod when I create lessons! It allows me to be creative when making my lessons, and gets the students excited to use it! Check out my infographic for why you should implement it into your classroom.
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Riley Boone Feb 19
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For my classrooms in math and history to combine my student’s learning with languages so every student can comfortably work together and the classroom environment becomes one of learning from one another! Here is her infographic:
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Savannah Glass Feb 17
Have you ever looked around at your device’s accessibility settings? I just recently learned about a SUPER helpful setting for me, and here is how to find it! 👇🏻👇🏻
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ShareMyLesson Feb 19
Explore ideas for your lesson planning with our curated collection of activities, blogs, webinars and more. You’ll find everything you need to teach your preK-12 students
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kylee french Feb 18
In we showed each other super neat apps to use in our classroom; my favorite being Class Kick! You can personalize your lessons specifically for your lessons :-)
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#AchieveIt Chat Feb 19
Building strong ties with teachers is key to being able to support them in improving student outcomes. Check out the article here:
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