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Chez 3h
.. I cannot pay may credit card.. it shows PD6 error
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Megan Highfill 23h
and I are planning inquiry projects for our MS/HS music students using 's process. So exciting! Looking for prompts and/or activities to engage students in the Tuning-In phase to get them exploring. Suggestions welcome!
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শিবজ্যোতি  SIBAJYOTI 4h
Replying to @HartoshSinghBal
Who cry whenever people ask for ?
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Stephanie Harvey Apr 16
Ta-Dah! Here’s the new book by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ &me. Inquiry Illuminated: Researcher’s Workshop across the Curriculum (K-6) Weave into science and social studies all year long in . ⁦ Content Matters!
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Kath Murdoch Apr 7
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Jessica Pugh 24h
Y'all! I'm excited about the C3 Framework! This is what history education should be! Inquiry is WHY I loved history. It will be WHY my students love history!
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KrysDawn 14h
Compelling Questions 🤯 “What does Ruby teach us?” I will never forget. Students get ready!
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Olwen 14h
Time spent identifying goals and needs with students will provide structure and purpose as well as an opportunty for students to self regulate, measure growth and face challenges - regardless of their starting point - all students have learning needs
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Gisselle Calix Apr 18
Check out our amazing future architects recreating the Empire State Building in blocks center. Critical thinking, collaboration and creativity fundamental for this creation. -K Stem with blocks based learning
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Kinderland with Mrs. Burns & Mrs. Shire 18h
Our first little gosling has arrived! Born at 4:10pm Friday April 19th!
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Claire Seldon Apr 5
A person I like and greatly admire, is coming to AUS in August 2019 to share his ideas on learning and I can't wait to go see him. Hope you will join us!
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Michael Jarvis Lucchesi Apr 17
“In the absence of overarching questions, students are left with rhetorical questions in a march through coverage or activities.” G. Wiggins, 2001 How do you honour student questioning? Do you give enough time / have enough time to plan lines of questioning?
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nicola flanagan 11h
for within a STEAM vision - our emerging process. The Technologies Curriculum has been central to the connections across curriculum areas we identify.
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Rachel Standing Apr 19
For our Science Unit we are learning about living and non-living things. So earlier this week we went for a walk around our school to explore the things in our environment!
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NOIIE Apr 9
The one month countdown begins today! May 9 is our pre-symposium day with Helen Timperley. If you’ve not booked your spot to learn with Dr. Timperley, please do. Her work is shifting the way educators teach around the globe.
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Stacey Corrigan Apr 17
Using a thinking routine from Making Thinking Visible called “chalk talk” to get 6B thinking about how space travel affects the astronauts, our society and the environment.
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Nicole Leboe Apr 5
Yes! Currently connecting with and the curriculum. We are at the creating an essential question step and then moving on to the empathy phase of design thinking. Excited to see where the students take their learning.
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Alice Cheung Apr 2
Grade 3 UOI provocation: what do you think this unit is about?
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Cammy Neth Apr 4
She taught herself how to use make a movie; now she’s teaching the class-and me! Using the application for making our own ecology stories-so fun!!
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Vanessa Heller Apr 17
A3 I’m in the middle of redesigning my social studies curriculum along the following trajectory: AWARENESS > ADVOCACY > ACTION. The idea is that through & students don’t necessarily make a “thing” but they make an “impact” locally and/or globally.
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