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Edulastic 2h
"Test often for better results." via
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Kathy Dyer Sep 18
How to Design Trajectory-based Performance Tasks: Start With the Big Idea
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Andy Apodaca Sep 13
Our math program was based on math standards, but not ELD stndards, so added into all math lessons adding in ELD objectives, sentence frames, , & lessons to reteach in as needed to maximize outcomes for Ss
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Hudaser Nizam Sep 21
Grade 12 Math students collaborating, thinking, questioning, investigating concepts together. Ss on-task & engaged throughout. Great to see Ss excited about learning
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judehannam Sep 17
Future Directions - Prof. Angela Little posited that the quest for international comparative assessments may be cost ineffective and questioned if it had a beneficial impact on pupils or their teachers?
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Róisín Ní Mhóráin-Beaver Sep 18
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Kathy Dyer Sep 18
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Teach English India Sep 20
🧰 Not one or two, here's a list of 75 digital tools and apps that teachers can use to support in the .
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Peter Bonner Sep 17
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Emily Simpson Sep 21
I have always wanted to use in my lessons but just haven’t been able to implement it yet. Tried it yesterday with my first year class for recapping instruments of the orchestra and it is now my fave new thing!! Loved it!
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Melissa Curran Sep 19
My favorite kind of exit ticket ✅
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jgotto Sep 18
Words of wisdom around leveraging directly from Margaret Heritage at conference.
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Jeff Tse Sep 19
Day 9: Student engagement is huge! Division 4 got a taste of Kahoot this afternoon! PS they got stumped on the 90s tech question! 😬😬
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Karen Bessin Sep 21
Looking for new tools to try this year? has an extensive collection you may want to explore.
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MandyHerron_GEMS Founders School Sep 17
Honoured to have spent today learning from and lucky to be collaborating with some fantastic colleagues
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Kathy Dyer Sep 18
consider feedback spirals rather than loops -
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Michael Hilkemeijer Sep 16
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Emily Nestor Sep 18
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Catlin Tucker 6h
5 Post-Lesson Reflection Strategies! Find out what your students think they learned during a lesson.
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Talbot Hill Tigers Sep 20
staff taking up the topic of to improve our teaching and, most importantly, student learning during today’s professional development!
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