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Tyler Bridges May 18
Our 1st response shouldn’t be to arm the teacher. It should be to arm the counselors, principals, parents, cities, churches, etc. with knowledge, training, & resources. We put a man on the moon, surely we can keep our children from being killed in classrooms.
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Dr Theresa Cullen May 21
Hey looking for rural elementary schools to support a coding grant I am working on, Looking for a letter of support now, if we get funded free PD. DM me your email and I can share details. Thank you.
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The bravest people you’ll meet. The Plaza Towers Staff on May 20, 2013.
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Jayci Harris May 20
The number of educators considering supporting Lamb for governor blows my mind!
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Lauren PeΓ±a 23h
Found on the back of a quiz during the last week of school πŸ˜‚ Tweeted with permission of the author.
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AmPoSchools May 21
Currently searching for a HS/JH Principal for the 2018-2019 school year. Please contact Jerime Parker, Supt. @ jparker@amposchools.org if interested.
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Stephanie Hime May 20
Did you know? chat is at 8:00pm tonight, join the conversation about EL!
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Edmond Schools May 18
Heritage Elem. teacher Mendy Shepard has been named Elementary Science Teacher of the Year by the OK Science Teachers Association! This year, her students designed earthquake-resistant homes, built rigs that could hold substantial weight & authored their own books. πŸ‘πŸ‘
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Stephanie Hime May 20
we have two amazing resources at the for all questions or assistance with EL, Dan Ruhl and Elizabeth Warren , they will also be at Engage this summer
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OKC Public Schools 8m
The OKCPS Support Staff Fair will be held tomorrow at , 4pm-7pm! Get ready to start a new career and make a difference in the lives of our students! πŸ“β€οΈπŸ’«
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Amber McMath May 20
A7) We piloted this year for all 7th grade students. It's a vocabulary program and was amazing! We can't afford to buy it for everyone next year, but definitely a consideration for our EL's.
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Shari Gateley May 20
A1 - Classified ELL’s somewhere between 10-15%, but second language learners probably closer to 45%.
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Angela Clark Little May 20
Don’t forget to spread the word!
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POLO TEAM CALEB 14h
The acquisition of knowledge requires trust. There can be no trust without a personal relationship and understanding. This is my goal as a future teacher, to build a relationship with my students and understand them.
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Shari Gateley May 20
A4 - The hardest thing is understanding WIDA levels and truly knowing where each EL is in terms of comprehension. Not all EL’s are the same. A S w/no educational background is VERY different than a S w/a large educational background in their native lang.
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Catherine Sweeney May 17
Thank you to for this map of school districts off the funding formula.
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Steven Pyle May 20
A3 EL students attend regular classes and are offered the same tutoring schedule as others. We have an interpreter employed at the school that will come and help when requested.
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Kimberly Blodgett May 20
My June 3 chat will be about Re-imagining school. And I can’t wait!
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Sequoyah Public Schools has an Elementary school counseling position open. Check it out!!
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Shari Gateley May 20
A5 - Scaffolding is HUGE with EL’s. If you don’t simplify at the beginning, you won’t ever get to that higher level thinking. I have EL’s in AP Lang - we start VERY basic and work our way up. It takes time, but we get there.
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