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Dr. Catlin Tucker Jul 28
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Rebecca Girard Aug 1
Summative Assessment in Distance Learning - helpful ideas to consider via
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Stephanie Glanz 11h
A2: I just watched a webinar with She mentioned doing "icebreaker" phone calls before school starts. I feel like it will be important to check in with families and start to relationship build early.
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Rebecca Girard Jul 30
3 Brain-Based Strategies That Encourage Deeper Thinking via
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Dr. Todd Schmidt 11h
Hi everyone! Todd, elementary principal in The OC! Emoji as how I am feeling right now...
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Trevor MacKenzie Jul 28
Check out this 1 minute PD on how to locate concept driven provocations to held plan your next unit of inquiry!
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Dr. Scott M. Petri 11h
A2 Planning on having students do weekly conversations w/ a parent re: their learning goals.
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Patty Zbonski Jul 26
A5 Using icebreakers in the beginning to get to know students. Use memes to establish mood of the class and be humorous.
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Trevor Angood 10h
A6) I'm excited to potentially try out OER textbook that my students can read/review/highlight I may also use appointment calendar in Google Calendar in case colleagues, students, parents need to meet with me and can schedule!
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Jo-Ann Fox 10h
A6 I'm hoping to gather ideas from this Q!!!
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Christy Hansen, NBCT 11h
Christy from Escondido 7/8 Math. 🙃
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Christopher Lara Jul 26
Chris Lara, 8th grade history teacher and WEB advisor. Sorry I’m late to the chat, I was getting my 90 day fiancé fix lol
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Christy Hansen, NBCT 10h
A7 I'm working on something pretty cool for families - it's looks and acts like an app that parents can put on their phone's homescreen (but it's really just google slides on steroids).
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Jennifer Hill 11h
A2: Community circles are a must. SEL read alouds with age appropriate discussion for my first graders will be a requirement as well.
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Leila Sackfield 10h
I can't thank enough for being my right hand tonight. You all made me warm inside with your positive energy. Sending love to you all as you begin your new year. We must support each other. Remember is here for you.
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Christy Hansen, NBCT 11h
A3 Hopeful, encouraged, less stressed. We could send a VERY short survey to families at the end of the week through Remind. But ask if they need some 1-1 to let us know.
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Kristin Hughes Jul 26
To narrow learning gaps widened by school closures, it will be crucial to ensure students are staying on track. Do you have the tools you’ll need to monitor progress throughout the year?
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Innovative Pedagogy Aug 1
We are LIVE on right now! Come learn the 10 best strategies for learning at home for Ss (Ts too) during this time of . Link is in bio!
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Jennifer Hill 11h
Hello, Jen 1st grade teacher from SoCal here. I think I need to go onto my phone to add an emoji.
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Jennifer Hill 11h
A3: I hope they will feel that we are all in this together. I hope some fears will be calmed and questions answered.
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