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Nathan Stevens 8h
Q6 is here after a watching a flix
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Powering Potential 8h
Good evening. I'm Olivia Magdelene. Our cause installs solar-powered Rasberry Pi computers for schools in isolated regions to provide technology education. I'm new here & but been in edtech for a decade. 😏
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Jennifer Gonzalez Aug 3
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Jennifer Gonzalez Aug 7
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Nathan Stevens 8h
Q5 flew out of a bee hive
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Alex Kluge 7h
A5 I make use of explorable explanations - simulations and manipulatives that the students can interact with to explore their specific interests chose their own path.
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Farah Daoud 8h
A2: We’ve embedded aspects of the creative process into our inquiry based social studies units. Below is a graphic of the types of inquiry our students could be immersed in throughout the year.
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Nathan Stevens 9h
Did a quick pick of the garden before and
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NiYa Costley 8h
a4: I am currently looking at fun ways to play with the language synchronously and innovative ways to use things that I have used before for asynchronous engagement. Some of the mandated PD while not completely relevant for a visual language has sparked a few ideas.
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Nathan Stevens 8h
Q1 is here for you and it looks like fun
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VEO Aug 7
Video training can provide an excellent return on investment. Let's chat about how ⬇️
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Nathan Stevens 8h
Q4 got up off the floor
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Nathan Stevens 8h
Q2 was written while playing a kazoo
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Lila Faria 7h
Thank you so much for hosting ! I hope to attend another soon :) Have a good week, everyone!
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Nicollette Van Winkle Aug 8
Curious if anyone has tried or had success with Digital Interactive Notebooks? I’ve started creating w/aid of a TPT template and many YouTube videos, but would love to hear from people who have used or created as well! Very interested in SPED/ELL perspective.
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JudyArzt, Ph.D. Aug 8
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Nicole Bacheller Aug 3
A1: We learned to always expect the unexpected. We learned to be patient, not everyone has equal access. We learned how hard it is to engage students to self motivate themselves.
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formative Aug 9
Who wants to chat about Social-Emotional Learning with ? 🙋🙋🙋 Log on for TOMORROW (Monday) at 6:30pm Central! 😀
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Matthew Winters 8h
Matt from Utah getting in late. A3 - Creativity was given through letting teachers have options in their approach and it led to some really great uses of technology particularly with video.
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Dynos.io 16h
On the mission to make every lesson interactive. Now live with our new website: ! ReleaseHighlights: ⚡️New plans for both teachers & students. ⚡️Dynos Authoring Platform for Schools. 👉More
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