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Zach Ripley 5h
If your school is moving to for the first time, this is a great conversation to hear: My big takeaway: don't make changes like that in isolation! Others are doing it too.
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Zach Ripley Jan 18
"education reformers are always looking for a panacea... But there's no such thing as an education panacea" ~ via It is so true...
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Zach Ripley 2h
One of the most compelling conversations on education, pedagogy, and practice that I have heard this school year! and "it all starts with !"
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Episode 31 with ... πŸ‘‰πŸ» Surround yourself with a team that provides a diverse perspective to work through challenges and become better. Even Abe Lincoln had a team of rivals!
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Zach Ripley Jan 9
Yeah, I'm convinced that every teacher SHOULD blog. It's like journaling with public accountability. It forces: - more intentional insight - an audience mindset - more development of ideas - and the potential for others to benefit!
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Zach Ripley Jan 15
When he says "school should look more like games", he doesn't mean explicit (although that is one possible way)... He means making learning an experience on par with gaming! You need to hear explain it:
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Peter Grostic Nov 28
As usual cuts through the noise to find the true signal... this time with student motivation. Listen to this episode for thoughtful ideas for motivating students! βš‘οΈπŸ’―πŸš€ "5 Key Beliefs w/ Dave Stuart Jr." βš“
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Joe Park Jul 29
One of the most interesting uses of and could be empathy; the ability to see and feel the world from a different persepective is powerful.
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Leslie Freeman Jan 7
Any elementary teachers in the midwest personalizing math and welcome observations?
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GCU Educators Rising 1 Nov 17
Have a teacher you want to thank? Help us take part in appreciating teachers by using and post a pic with your favorite teacher!
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Taylor Arehart Nov 13
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Laura Gilchrist Feb 28
I read this & my 🧠 was onπŸ”₯!Teachers, here is something you may want to try out, with Ss, Ts or Ps!πŸšΆπŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸšΆπŸ½β€β™€οΈ
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Peter Grostic Oct 4
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CBD Consulting Jan 7
Welcome back, teachers! If you've spent the last two weeks on the couch in your Christmas pjs, we're helping you get back in the groove with the January edition of the ElevateEDU Digest. Plus--a giveaway!
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Zach Ripley Nov 28
Welcome to ! Our topic tonight is . Introduce yourself! I'm Zach Ripley, professional learning consultant with , former HS ELA teacher, and enthusiast! First question coming at 8:05.
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Zach Ripley Jan 14
Right on! An exceptional bit of here - in all aspects of life and society. I dare say: this is a truth I believe every thinking person might just agree on! Thanks for sharing,
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Taylor Arehart Nov 13
5th graders hold a socratic seminar discussing the boundaries and expectations in our school. Do we agree or disagree with these rules? Are there some that should be changed?
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Peter Grostic Dec 6
Look at what ⁦⁩ did at Foster Elementary in Ludington! Ss will soon be making commercials to market their goods before Market Day!
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Nathan Harris May 23
I am need of support and feedback for anyone who is using an Afinia H400 3D printer in their district. If this is you, PM or reply. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. #
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Jacqueline Erickson Russell 3 Jan 18
Take two minutes and nominate an educator who makes a difference for kids in Kansas City. Perhaps he/she is the leader for the next generation of students.
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