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Nikki_Math Solutions Sep 16
How do you communicate nonverbally & verbally that you’re listen to someone else? What do you do or say to show that you’re listening?
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Elana Sampson Sep 21
What can YOU do to help pollinators? Wise words from 8 and 9 year olds...
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ACLjohn Sep 16
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Carissa Dickes Sep 20
I covering a 6th grade classroom today, and I was so impressed with our students’ vocabulary! They spoke with confidence and understanding as they explained different equations to me, using formal mathematical vocab terms!!
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Susan Proffitt Sep 20
Holman Math Impact Team collaborating, communicating and critically thinking.
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Deeper Learning Sep 21
How to Create Deeper Student Learning Experiences Through Authentic Questions
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Mission LEO 20h
“Allowing real curiosity—the kind that fuels philosophers, artists, scientists, historians, explorers, and innovators—is the most fundamental change we can make in our teaching practice.” Excellent takeaways on :
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bendaley Sep 18
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New Tech Network Sep 20
Our Assessment in tool ensures that your projects are on track. Get it here =>
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strategy+business Sep 17
"If executives want their hires to have skills, they should be advocating for a school system that develops those skills in students."
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Bowling Park Primary Sep 20
Y6 sharing their ancient Egyptian knowledge with Y2 and Y3.
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Mr. Thompson Sep 16
Some collaborative Lorax vs. Onceler (Environmentalists vs. Big Business) debate prep to start out the week! You are never too old to learn from Dr. Seuss!
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New Tech Network Sep 16
Rural, high-poverty public schools providing can better prepare grads for college & career & serve as a replicable path for . Read more in ' latest op-ed:
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BJ Shillingburg Sep 20
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Jody Britten Sep 21
The dark possibility of what school may one day be - what do we really truly want for our kids? And better yet what will we do to make sure all good things happen?
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Katy Farber Sep 16
It's all about having a purpose and an audience greater than an audience of ONE (the teacher). Work that matters personally to kids.
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MindShift Sep 18
RT : "The fastest way to engage anyone’s brain is to ask it a question." Ask students what haunts them, saddens them. And LISTEN.
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Deeper Learning Sep 19
Two Virginia schools are redesigning the high school experience to put at the center.
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Allison Boyd Sep 19
buttons are in the works for SOAR boards. Getting everyone speaking the same language for !
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Actively Learn Sep 20
How teachers can promote students' conceptual thinking by categorizing activities, asking students to make connections & priming the brain for transfer, by Carla Marschall at :
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