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Extremely EUnited Nov 26
📣 These are the values we for. 📣 These are the values we for. ☞ We are encouraging 🤔 ☞ We are discovering Diverse and 🖖 ☞ We are challenging 💪 , be
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Elizabeth Bertrand Nov 27
Students learn the importance of goal setting and devising strategies to meet these attainable goals.
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Maree Whiteley🌏👫 Nov 29
Replying to @mattoman71
Q1 moving beyond the curriculum content dot points (the ‘what’) to unpack ‘how’ the GCs & CCPs influence implementation
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MHSchoirs 6h
Mixed Chorus is considering possible virtual choir projects and repertoire with some constraints and limitations in mind... because and This board is the summary of their work the past two days.
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Insight Assessment Nov 27
Today, we need across the globe, more than ever...
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PBLWorks Nov 23
Looking to scaffold thinking in Project Based Learning? Download this document for routines!
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Maree Whiteley🌏👫 19h
Thrilled to receive my journal today⭐️thankful for the opportunity to write an article for primary teachers
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thinkLaw Nov 26
From all of us at thinkLaw, we wish you and your families a very Happy Thanksgiving. We're grateful for your continued support as we keep the movement going forward into the holiday season!
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Yakama Manty Jones (nee Mara) Nov 25
Head over to to share some Yaa Gyasi magic. Yes, there's a Yaa Gyasi Reading Squad💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽.
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Thomas's Clapham Nov 25
Today, Year 8 Geographers were thinking critically as CEOs about where to strategically locate their operations around the world. Much brainstorming and collaboration went on live and on Zoom!
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Premiere Academy Nov 27
Having excellent educators and cutting edge technology is meaningless without a safe and secured environment. This is one of the most fundamental needs of any school.
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Evidence Synthesis Ireland Nov 24
Competing interests may result in misleading claims - "as advertised" think again! presents four of the key concepts
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Collaborate Digital Nov 24
Preventative engagement for young people through interactive creative media workshops; lesson plans, resources & videos, that's how we roll. Our approach challenges young people to put themselves at the centre of their own learning
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@kadimavillage Nov 23
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freeholdc 8h
Year 2 are using their skills and skills to create a question generator for these images of remembrance. These questions will inform our research lesson later in the week. 🧠❓🌹🗣
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Dipti Pandya Nov 24
Fantastic Day 1 Conference - Many Firsts! Thank you all for a very interesting"conversation". Great to hear new speakers, participants & new thinking. Clear demonstration of the need to include diversity of thought and value new input.
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Dr. Michelle Magallanez Nov 22
"The fear of making mistakes is often paralyzing, but cognitive science suggests that errors are part of the fundamental machinery of learning."
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Jide Awe Nov 24
Students solving problems with coding skills during Saturday's Schools Computer Club Initiative virtual session was impressive! , and other skills are key drivers in the emerging age of Robotics and Artificial intelligence
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Matt Henderson Nov 25
Big thanks to from for guiding the Senior Years leadership team through a powerful framework for creating
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Hamish Oates Nov 24
100%@mraspinall ! also enhances persistence & amongst students and allows them to integrate their learning.
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