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Jill Zappia Feb 26
A teacher asked me to make a etiquette infographic for students. I decided to have some fun and make it Star Wars themed
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Pana Asavavatana Mar 9
In week 2 of resuming school after 3 weeks of closure We are using this time to become more prepared. Here is something we put together to help prepare our students to be on a video conference call
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Diana Beabout Mar 23
A1: With teachers & students spread around the world, across various timezones, days & nights, you can feel like you need to be connected & available all the time.
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Clint Hamada Mar 18
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Clint Hamada Mar 20
Dear , If you could fast-track the ability for some activity submissions to remain “student/family only” while the rest of the feed is open to the class, that would really help with feedback during . Thanks!
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learning2 Mar 10
Shout out to all the amazing educators currently delivering to their students! You are all amazing and deserve a pat on the back
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Ralph Emmerink Feb 24
I concur that all of these tools are super useful in an online setting
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Registration for The Coach closes on April 12th. Why might you consider this pathway? Hear from one of our participants: Learn more
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Eduro Learning 12h
Registration for The Coach closes on April 12th. If you are looking to leverage your leadership, explore this pathway
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Benjamin Scoville Feb 26
Math teachers! I'm trying to support my Ts with tools that will help them facilitate virtual learning. They're having trouble writing expressions on the usual platforms. Any suggestions?
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Nici Foote Mar 22
Today’s morning meeting video for our Kindergarten community. Staring my son & my dog! What brings you joy at the moment?
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Jill Zappia Mar 3
When you start you reach out to tech coaches who have been living it for a month. Thanks for sharing tips and strategies for supporting primary school students, teachers and parents
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Clint Hamada Feb 29
What tools are we using for support at ? Here’s a (probably incomplete) list: It’s an ever-evolving work in progress!
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Pana Asavavatana Mar 23
The fantastic has started creating videos for parents to help support their kids at home, here is the first: The Importance of Making Books .
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isedcoach Mar 23
Thank you for participating in today's chat! Check out the transcript + feel free to keep chatting about how you maintain balance & wellbeing:
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Kasey Bell Jan 28
💥 15 Tips for Teachers (FROM TEACHERS!) Learn the BEST tips and tricks to help you ROCK 🎸 !
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Ashley Gorton Feb 24
A7: Preparation and organization is key. I’ve had too many teachers who wasted a great learning opportunity with virtual learning because they didn’t know how to use it correctly or to it full potential. Also use encouragement and motivation with the stduents!
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Matt Ives Feb 4
With some schools over Asia closing doors due to , have your teaching teams considered how they will collaborate remotely? Google Hangouts may be a better option than WeChat, WhatsApp or email...
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Valdir Chagas Mar 23
A4: I am providing extension work to my classes where Ss listen to music or create something. With my mentees, I have been tracking their exercises and activities
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Ben Sheridan Mar 26
Can I just say how much I loved meeting with my colleagues today! 🔥🔥The meeting was virtual but the work they do with students everyday is very real and very inspiring. 💫💫
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