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Dr. Catlin Tucker Jul 31
Offline Choice Boards: Integrating Offline Learning into Your Online Class -
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Dr. Catlin Tucker Aug 6
Traits of a Successful Online Teacher -
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Fixing Education Aug 3
A Georgia Summer Camp had a Covid outbreak. •There were 597 people at the camp •Of those, 344 were tested •Among those tested, 260 tested positive •Mostly children School districts, states..does this change how you feel about the possibility of reopening schools?
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Dr. Catlin Tucker Aug 5
As we prepare for this unpredictable school year, I encourage educators to make time for a mindfulness practice & encourage students to do the same! Health & Wellness Choice Boards for Teachers & Students
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MindShift Aug 5
According to a student engagement survey, student choice is listed as one of the most engaging strategies a teacher can allow in the classroom.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Jul 29
Finding something positive in your day may not always be easy, but it’s always worth the effort.
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EdSurge Aug 2
The U.S. Department of Education reported that for the 2015-2016 school year, more than 7 million students—or 16% of all students—and 20% of high school students are chronically absent.
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Tom Whitby Aug 4
Teachers in schools that open face to face should focus on relationships in preparation for the school to shut down and switch to online learning.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Aug 5
Taking the time to build relationships with your students is one way teachers can put love into what we do. When students know how much you care, they’ll care how much you know.
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DonorsChoose Aug 3
Mark your calendars! On Tues., August 11, starting at 7am ET, is giving every donation to a DonorsChoose project a 50% "back-to-learning" boost! Your donation goes even further to help prepare for the school year ahead.
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𝚂𝚝𝚎𝚟𝚎𝚗 𝚆. 𝙰𝚗𝚍𝚎𝚛𝚜𝚘𝚗 Aug 3
As we are planning for mostly virtual instruction to start the year don’t spend too much time on video. The research is clear. Less is more and whole group check ins to maintain relationships work best.
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Chris Cline Aug 1
Great analogy for distant learning. You can either make excuses & complain or you can accept the reality we are in & do your best to engage ALL kids. Might be ugly at first, keep grinding & reflecting to get better.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Aug 4
How to Support Teachers’ Emotional Needs Right Now
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Susan Colton Aug 5
“THE COUNTRY THAT FAILS TO VALUE ITS TEACHERS, FAILS TO VALUE ITS FUTURE.” David Puttman
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Steve Wyborney Jul 29
In about 1 week, I'll share a completed Multiplication Course - entirely free - on my YouTube channel. It will be available for students, educators, and parents. It's organized in chapters (playlists) like this... stay tuned!
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Dr. Marcia Tate 16h
Use your past as a guide and keep going. You’ll get where you want to go, but only if you don’t give up!
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Sandra Neil Wallace has 2 books out in 2020 🗽 Aug 5
My AUGUST honors 2 of my , JOHN LEWIS & ERNIE BARNES! I’m giving away Jabari Asim’s PREACHING TO THE CHICKENS & BETWEEN THE LINES! FOLLOW/RT/TAG to enter. WINNER CHOSEN 08/10.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Jul 30
The mind is powerful! Don’t create problems that don’t exists. It’s tempting to give in to worry and anxiety, but try to focus on what is in front of you in the moment, without anticipating problems that may or may not arise in the future.
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Dr. Lisa Corbin Aug 6
Wouldn't it be nice if we were judged on the number of times we got up & tried again instead of on successes or failures? Both success & failure can be temporary. Resilience, or the ability to bounce back, on the other hand is an enduring quality. SEL
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Catherine Bosley 20h
Don't sit back and let things happen to you. Go out and happen to things.
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