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Karen Shannon Apr 5
'The soft bigotry of low expectations for students' ...must not happen in our schools!
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Southside Mustangs 25 Mar 16
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Karen Shannon Apr 8
Educators share your triumphs and trials clearing ramps and removing barriers for students. The future is now!
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Mindy Johnson Jan 14
Really excited to chat with educators this morning about ! [GIF: Kermit the Frog flapping around excitedly in front of a red curtain]
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Mindy Johnson 3 May 17
A2: I think as educators we have to embrace that we’re learners, too.
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taratrainor Sep 12
These two girls probably hold more accommodations on their school paperwork than most. But I’m adding another label . Independently found the audio of their text and completed their assignment. All children can. Period.
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Kate Stanley Jan 14
We are the chief learners in our classrooms!
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Shirley Clarke Nov 8
Midlothian Day 3! I love these days- teacher feedback all morning, showcase in the afternoon
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Geo 7 Jul 15
Following from Philadelphia. Learning a lot - wish I was there.
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Kristie Gray Jan 29
Toss and tell was a great success for practicing synonyms today! Students also had the choice to match “synonym rolls” for this skill.
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CAST 15 Aug 17
Start the new school year off right. Download our Top 5 Tips for Fostering today!
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Kelly Schlegel Feb 21
Eng 10 studs practice process of elimination by determining what Okonkwo values the most. They justified their ideas using textual evidence. The discussion around this topic was awesome!
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Ashley Serin May 7
The goals of UDL: Support expert learners who are purposeful and motivated, resourceful and knowledgeable, and strategic and goal-directed. Does this describe your students?
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Jessica Joyner 31 May 15
A great mtg comes to a close... it was my first edu conference & I learned so much abt instruction tips & tools!
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Leanne Woodley Apr 7
Some many common features with
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Kristen Hollenbaugh 2 Feb 17
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Structure III 23 Dec 13
are more aware when they need to check for errors, why they fail to comprehend, and how they need to redirect their efforts.
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Kristie Gray Mar 21
Students had 4 tasks to complete to show what they knew about point of view and they were given 40 minutes for all tasks in whatever order they preferred! We also used our noise meter to self regulate ourselves to maintain a working noise level!
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Jennifer Cimini, M.Ed 6 Mar 18
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Nick Williams 12 Mar 18
Students need to show breadth of knowledge and depth of expertise to survive in the future or they will be replaced.
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