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Kathi Kersznowski 13h
Surprise! If you didn't already know this, I'm so happy to let you know that YES...you can ALL give all of your students these amazing gifts & opportunities using products! Be THAT teacher who empowers all of your students with what they need to succeed!
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Mike Tholfsen 13h
And here is the "Periodic Table of Microsoft Learning Tools". Please share broadly!
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𝚂𝚑𝚊𝚎𝚕𝚢𝚗𝚗 𝙵𝚊𝚛𝚗𝚜𝚠𝚘𝚛𝚝𝚑 13h
A1: it’s important for teachers to recognize the students as individuals with unique learning paths. Differentiation is responsive Teaching. It’s time to move all learners forward.
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Mike Tholfsen 12h
A5: Be sure to share out the Microsoft Translator for education site. It’s a life changing capability for both students as well as their parents
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Amanda Alessandro 13h
A1: Since I just attended the summer session today, I’m going to use Newsela as my answer. It’s a great tool for students to read the same article but on differentiated levels so the discussion amongst Ss can be about the same topic. No one feels left out.
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Jerry Blumengarten Aug 6
To help you learn about and not fear tech tools check out our over 160 pages on Our Technology pages These pages are an accumulation of links by outstanding educators like those here on
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Alex Podchaski, CETL Aug 6
Q3: How do you help teachers who are afraid of trying new tools?
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Kathi Kersznowski 13h
Hi everyone! I’m Kathi, a Tech Integration Specialist from NJ. I’m also a former Elem Teacher, Special Ed Teacher, & Computer Teacher! I’m super stoked to talk & learn about one of my greatest passions...Accessibility & Inclusion For All! Thanks for joining us for
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Lauren Pittman 12h
This is a great resource for all the accessibility features that and have
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Amanda Alessandro 13h
Hey all! Amanda, 4th grade teacher from East Brunswick, NJ here! Tweeting while watching Bachelor in Paradise. I promise not to intersect the two. 🤣
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Susan M. Bearden 12h
Don’t forget, archives are available at thanks to our amazing friends at !
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Bret Biørnstad 13h
I'm starting to be pulled away from the Google Suite for Ed towards MS with Teams and Learning Tools, just sayin'
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Alyssa Mahramus 13h
Okay I'm super sad 😭 I missed the chats tonight but I was too into 'All the light you cannot see' ❤️ what's next? Send me all your recommendations!
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Sebastian d'Agar Aug 12
Any ideas of posters/displays for a science work room board? Either focussing on T&L or CPD although other ideas welcome. 1 space to fill up
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Katie Dewey Hill Aug 7
I’m about to start my training with the AMAZING teachers of Compton USD! We’ve got quite the list of skills to learn. How many of these can you do? If it’s all or most, you’re students will love your class this year!
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Sachelle 13h
All learners can benefit from these tools. If you show the students the tools and how to use them, they will run with it. Don't be afraid of the technology.
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Scott Titmas 13h
Q2 Microsoft’s Immersive Reader allows students to change text size, background color, highlight parts of speech, utilize a picture dictionary, syllable breaking, line focus, and even have the text read aloud. How do you see these features helping your students?
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Coach Craig Aug 4
3 of 4 C's are considered essential skills by 97%+ of potential employers according to NACE 2018 Job Outlook Survey. GRIT is at 100%. How are we supporting these skills in the classroom?
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Emily Brown Aug 6
A5: As a few others have already said tonight, lead by example and show Ts and Ss that failure isn’t the end of the world. I need a poster with FAIL=First Attempt In Learning, with an emphasison first!
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NiYa Costley 13h
A3: for students with motor issues or even Fibromyalgia it offers some relief. Had a professor with fibromyalgia who swore by dictation softwares
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