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James DeVaney 3m
Join us starting Monday, June 1st for our new on Resilient Teaching Through Times of Crisis and Change.
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Łukasz Korporowicz May 27
So, I finished the classes this year. It was strange to talk to the computer for several months. But I'm sure that my students didn't lost a thing. They were great students who cope with this new situation. I'm sure they will be fine during the exam.
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Ceili Boles May 27
Today one of my students said how much do you think I love you? And when I asked how much she said all the way to the universe. She told me she wants to give me the biggest hug. Those hugs always made my day!
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Ms. Liang May 26
Let's practise sounding out and writing some simple CVC words together. Check this video and then try to write these words: 🌮🍩🥁🔒
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Ms. Liang May 26
The last addition strategy we will learn is by drawing pictures. Remember, you don't need to be a great artist to draw. Shapes, squiggles, lines, anything works!
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OISE - Online Teaching and Learning May 26
Looking for resources? We provide faculty and students with the resources and support needed to move to online learning.
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Hertie School 10h
How do you respond to a public policy crisis as a school? Read about the Hertie School's move to at the onset of the , and our exploration of using digital tools to enrich classroom experiences in the future.
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ISTE May 24
NEW ISTE U courses start at just $7! Take your to the next level this summer at .
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CCC CVC-OEI May 27
.. and the online science webinars continue! Join 's Suzanne Wakim & 's Tanya Hoerer this Friday, May 29 at 2 pm for Teaching Online Science Labs: Biology. Register at .
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Studious Digital Education 16h
are now getting used to regularly for the first time. But will we go back to the old way of doing things at the end of ? In our latest article by Emma Goode, she wonders if blended learning may be the way to go.
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Seda İlhan 12h
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Eduro Learning May 26
Looking for a ready to use collaborative guidebook for your PLC's summer reading?⁠ Explore Redefine Professional Learning: a reflective guidebook available at ⁠ ⁠
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Angela Sutton (She/Her) May 27
Wonderful resources to affirm black lives without re-traumatizing in the classroom. Works well with too.
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Mrs Vega 4h
Really excited to teach virtual summer school at ! I feel more ready to implement what I’ve learned from our crazy time with “quaran-teaching.” Distance learning is definitely not going away. Let’s do this!
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PERTS May 27
Do your students feel a sense of belonging and connection while physically distanced from their peers and teachers? Get answers at
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J. Ross Peters May 27
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Ms. Liang May 27
Moving on to.... Subtraction! One strategy is using our trusty fingers to help solve the problem
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Dr. Kristin Eccles May 26
I'm Intro to this semester and my students just had their midterm. I piloted the question: What is something you studied and you know really well, but was not asked on this test? (Add 3 marks worth of info about one topic). And guys...the answers are great!
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Clea Mahoney May 27
When a student emails me to say she’s already submitted her first draft assignment and I can sense her sense of accomplishment in that email
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Ramsey Musallam 10h
Online Teaching Reflection: Day 36 (Final Post)
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