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8 Things To Look For In Today’s Classrooms:
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πš‚πšπšŽπšŸπšŽπš— πš†. π™°πš—πšπšŽπš›πšœπš˜πš— Nov 11
This would make for some great conversations with students. Developing critical thinking, reflective practices and metacognition are crucial for success. 16 Habits Of Mind.
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John Garrett Nov 11
Teachers dont' need to be developed they need to be invested in and grown as learners just like their students.
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Sonia Wright 12h
Hey Folks, I just came across these chats that I personally wanted to understand on how to connect WITH. I sure am on the learning curve with Twitter. Pls do provide any inputs on these.
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Steven Weber Nov 11
A curriculum is like a GPS: 1. It tells you the end in mind. 2. Shows multiple ways to reach the final destination 3. Provides feedback along the journey 4. Shows how fast you are traveling 5. Supports you, but still lets you do the driving
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MindShift 9h
Most teachers have heard of Maslow's hierarchy of need, but this school built it into everything they do because they realized that's what kids need to succeed at school
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πš‚πšπšŽπšŸπšŽπš— πš†. π™°πš—πšπšŽπš›πšœπš˜πš— Nov 11
Wanna improve teaching and learning? What does the research say are the most high impact instructional strategies? These are the ones to try right now.
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NEW! Online Study Tools - Brain Blast
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David Geurin Nov 11
Benefits of failure... 1. Experienceβ€”to learn and grow 2. Resilienceβ€”to overcome 3. Identityβ€”to better know who we are and what our strengths are 4. Humilityβ€”to know what it feels like to struggle 5. Perspectiveβ€”to better enjoy the successes when they come
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David Geurin Nov 9
Great things happen when you... 1. Enjoy your students. 2. Respect your students. 3. Challenge your students. 4. Listen to your students. 5. Believe in your students. 6. Learn from your students. 7. Encourage your students.
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MindShift Nov 11
Studies in social-emotional learning show that the most successful "kindness strategies" are short and focused, rooted in relationships, carried out repeatedly, and related to actual events in school
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Andrew Harlow Nov 4
Do your students have an advantage because you’re their teacher?
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John Garrett Nov 11
Instead of a report on a topic have students do a TED talk on a topic for other kids to learn from. Make kids the experts.
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Kathleen Odean Nov 10
Here's my latest BOOK GIVEAWAY for and . Follow & retweet to enter. Winner will be announced on Saturday, 11/17.
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Eric Sheninger 18h
3 ways to make learning personal while empowering kids to think
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Dr. Anael Alston Nov 11
How Teachers Designed a School Centered On Caring Relationships
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Nigamanth Sridhar 6h
Q2. How do you work with your teachers in setting expectations at the correct level?
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S Hawk 6h
What is a leading cause of ineffective physical education? Not enough resources. Lack of funding has caused Phys.Ed to lose its life saving ability. The Carol M. White Program may be what you need to get your class the finances necessary. Visit .
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Brian Mendler Nov 7
Tomorrow pull your toughest kid aside & listen to him or her w no expectations. Ask questions w/out trying to get something from them or change something about them. Simply listen to them.
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Adam Brown Nov 11
Looking forward to presenting on the 'audio turn' (meh, why not call it sumthin cool? ;) with the brilliant at this week's Learning and Teaching Conference
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