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Miss DS Aug 22
Usually, schools, match the LP traits, attitudes etc. with their units but I had an idea to take that to another level this & match our units with the differ. types of Action. Will it work? Not sure πŸ€” Has anyone tried this? Suggestions welcomed!
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π™Ήπšž π™ΆπšŠπš›πšŒπš’πšŠ πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Aug 21
This is pretty awesome if you are wondering how to explore algebraic thinking with your early years learners.
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Chad Hyatt Aug 17
students building a positive self-image just like the characters in their favorite stories!
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Mr. Ryan Higbea Aug 21
Where can I find videos that illustrate the 10 attributes of the Learner Profile? Specifically interested in Pixar shorts that do this.
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π™Ήπšž π™ΆπšŠπš›πšŒπš’πšŠ πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 16h
Students develop strategic thinking through math game: Nim. Look at student W, recognizing that she had made a mistake and was about to lose the game. Students shake hands practicing winning and losing graciously!
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Holly Fraser 9h
πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ίis back and coming soon to a city near you! New City/Country Reps Wanted!
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Samuel Kett Aug 21
Loving our Unit 1 central idea. Heading for student planned units in grade 5 I reckon.
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Edna Sackson Aug 21
Planning is always collaborative and organic when we gather around a table and think, with the child at the centre, rather than sitting behind laptops!
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Abhishre AG Aug 20
Loving this ! Contextual planning
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Julie Stern Aug 20
New (very short) video is up! Early elementary math concepts.
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GrThurlow Aug 19
G2 today. Class made paper ✈️ and then had to fly them through the hoops. Provoked some great discussion and they eventually discovered our new unit was target games.
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𝕁𝕦𝕀π•₯π•šπ•Ÿ 𝕆𝕦𝕖𝕝𝕝𝕖π•₯π•₯𝕖 9h
The Ss I advise r 10. They plan thr own day, set goals, achieve & reflect on them & show ownrship in monitoring thr screentime. They can also prgram code 4any stnddized test given to them. My ? Why do we still value a test a robot can score?
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AIS Aug 20
We started Grade 5B by thinking about the culture in our classroom and what we wanted it to be like this year. Using Simon Sinek's ideas about starting with why we do things, we are working on towards the "How we do things" and finally the "What we do".
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Endigit-Us Aug 17
A parent saw me buying 32 sets of the following items for my class: packs of color pencils, composition notebooks, and folders. The total was $54. She picked up the tab! Kindness does exist!
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Inga Bela 20h
Nothing can beat the power of powerful, authentic provocation on sparking students’ curiosity. To start the unit on Healthy Choices, a teacher was β€˜found’ sleeping in the hallway, surrounded by evidence of his unhealthy choices, which generated many wonderings.
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David Pakosh Aug 22
is just a tool. Associating video games, online platforms, etc., as something negative doesn't reflect the reality. Just as with anything, the development, implementation and planning is what determines the success of any technology platform in the classroom.
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Abhishre AG Aug 22
Just blown away by this ! Such a powerful student reflection about writing expectations and practices.
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Lauren Bennett 17h
Having half of the Yr 5 cohort on camp means borrowing their furniture. Yr 5's loving even more flexibility in their flexible learning space, developing their self-management & organisation skills when working with their own timetable.
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Bronwyn Matamu πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ 19h
Excited to be party of the school wide book club . 12 books, 1 choice...impossible! 🀣
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J Mad Aug 22
So for sometime I’ve been experimenting with translangualing strategies for adult learners, which basically boils down to this simple notion: create learning spaces that honors the language of learning
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