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Marissa Coulehan Aug 7
Inspired (again) by sharing her unit on "Mi Megasaurio" :-) So fun, content-rich, and relevant for
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Marissa Coulehan Aug 5
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Megan Budke Aug 6
I watched another teacher break down today from grief, COVID19 trauma, & anxiety. Teachers are NOT ok. How do we provide mental health & social emotional supports for our teachers?
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Flor Berman Aug 7
Growing up in El Salvador before phones existed we used to use empty cans connected to a string to play/pretend we were having a "phone conversation". Maybe, this could be a new way for interpersonal communication during COVID19. What do you all think?
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Marissa Coulehan Aug 7
Wowed by these students of creating their own modes of transportation!
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Spanish Playground Aug 6
Free task cards with animal vocabulary.
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Mundo de Pepita Aug 1
I am planning on sending things home to my remote learners via our buses, which delivered packets & kits every week. Not all my families have a printer at home, so this will be key! Try checking w your district about how they will be connecting w families at home.
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KWLA-online Aug 3
Have you signed up for our virtual conference yet? We will have 12+ innovative sessions live and available to view on demand for only $60 for nonmembers and $25 for members. More details at
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Dorie CP Aug 6
So no joke, when I was teaching asynchronously in the spring I recorded some lessons Blues Clues style. Gave appropriate wait time after asking a question and then my own children would be the off screen voices who answered it.
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Marissa Coulehan Aug 4
Don't be afraid to "toot your own horn" teachers!!!
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Marissa Coulehan Aug 4
Your board and reps talking about how to advocate for early language programs at the leadership summit!
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Emily Tewes Aug 2
I can't wait to use these videos with my 2nd and 3rd graders this year. We're planning on being back at school, but these resources will work for face to face or digital learning. Maybe they can help you too!
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Emily Tewes Aug 6
Is it too soon to think about la Navidad? Because it makes me happy to daydream we might be a bit closer to normal by then.
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M Cristina Rdz-Villa Aug 6
This is one special letter we celebrate! ☺️
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MGThompson, M.Ed. Aug 5
Sending a letter this week to my new elementary students, and providing some vocab to help them write a short paragraph about the people (and pets) they live with.
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Mundo de Pepita Aug 6
I’m on the fence w this one-my perspective: for littles, alphabet songs are developmentally appropriate, & are authentic culture. Add’tlly literacy is an important ingredient in learning, w letters & sounds being a key part of the process in growing literacy skills. 1/
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Spanish Playground Aug 5
A simple verse about fall for preschool and early grades to act out. Kids love being trees in the wind and dropping leaves!
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Marissa Coulehan Aug 7
Get your students to reflect, use "glows and grows" (), celebrate and showcase their work!
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Carolina 3h
It has been wonderful and enriching to meet other language educators through a series of online workshops en español with . 💜
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Emily Tewes Aug 4
It's my first ever SALE! Check out my shop: new resources for teaching Spanish to elementary students. Both digital and socially distanced options!
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