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George Couros 6h
I am working with a group of educators and they are looking for ideas on "writing curriculum" at the Kindergarten level. What are some of your suggestions for a starting point?
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Erikson Early Math 1h
12 Books to Excite Your Child’s Mathematical Imagination "excite children’s imagination while increasing their comfort level with math"
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Tremayne  ↟ 3h
In the new space trying to get a feel for it.
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DREME Network 5h
See young children and their brilliant mathematical ideas in action with our new Children’s Thinking videos. What do you notice about how they solve the problem?
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Heidi Echternacht ❤ 2h
Replying to @NErlendson @gcouros
Perhaps I’ll release it under the label 😃
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Jessica Twomey Jul 13
Studying 2D shapes soon? Check out our Connected Play Board! Ideas included: -Stop motion animation -Optical illusion shape art -Partner shape building w/ positional words -Pattern block words
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Shelley Schoeneck 18m
Replying to @gcouros
I would suggest going to the research - do a grade level study on the stages of writing and then begin the process. It’s helpful when everyone is on the same page - working to hit the same target.
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Lyndsey Farmer 1h
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William Smock 3h
Replying to @gcouros
Check out the Creative Curriculum!
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Sarah Nimeskern Jul 16
Looking for RESEARCH about introducing sight words to kindergarten Ss : how many a week? Best practices? Most common lists used (Dolch, Fry, etc.)
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Tawnya Schlosser 4h
Replying to @gcouros
I let my kiddos use iPads to capture their buildings, creations, discoveries, etc and then “write” using audio recordings. Want them to know that “writing” is sharing their thoughts!
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Dr. Brad Gustafson 36m
Replying to @gcouros
I’ve seen kindergarten teachers in our school connect students to our materials before writing. Students started by building the setting or recreating elements of the plot prior to writing (or drawing). It’s pretty cool to watch the process.
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Sandi Oelhaupl 4h
Replying to @gcouros
PLAY! Utilization of the environment to construct learning experiences through play & discovery.
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Vicki Davis Jul 15
Hoping my friends will share their favorite interactive white board type device - Promethean? A large multitouch tv? What is your fave?
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Kimberly 3h
Interesting site about teaching digital literacy skills to young students and why it’s important to do so
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That Entertaining #Edtech Artist 6h
I LOVE how reaches out to his PLN to help our Kindergarten teachers for ideas w/
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Heidi Echternacht ❤ 4h
Replying to @gcouros
Start by drawing. Then labeling. Put forms in play centers that integrate w the play. I have a wonderful progression I used in K. The key is layering.
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Dr. Valerie Irvine [she/her] Jul 14
. - I thought I would connect you with the kindergarten teacher in our cohort. Meet and you can find her blog here: Perhaps you can introduce her to
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Anna Dutke Jul 21
Awesome PD opportunity in Minnesota - and it is Free!
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spark EYFS software Jul 21
Ongoing assistance to focus on the children-
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