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Forest School Nov 27
Year 3 Bumblebee Group whittling a stick to make a charcoal pencil
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Responsive Classroom Nov 5
All students need to learn that being a supportive listener requires more than just being quiet and having voices off.
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AdoBuzz Jan 14
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Forest School Jan 9
Year 5 Forest Schoolers had great fun making pizza 🍕 this afternoon! “Campfire pizza tastes amazing!”
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Mrs. Ashcraft's QUEST Dec 19
We were excited to complete our 3rd exchange to share our uniform designs with our partner class in NC & to see their designs for us!
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Pamela Fay Jan 3
Thanks to Olive Keogh in The Irish Times for including me in her article that asks us “Do you really need to be so busy?” The answer can sometimes be no. #2020
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Jamba Drama Nov 27
We had a special visitor come along to our class last night! Another fun and creative session had by all. Well done Mabli for getting “Star of the week!” 🦄🐰⭐️☃️
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East Mids RCSLT Hub Nov 26
We’re using ‘Guess Who?’ to practice asking and answering questions. We’ve been learning the vocab we need to be able to play including colours and body parts. Also, it’s really good fun!
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Kristy Fotheringham Jan 8
Great to spend time with P5 and discuss the importance of listening skills. Pupils created this helpful list of good listening skills and had fun trying it out with their friends!
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Deanburn PS P6/5M Nov 5
In PE this afternoon we looked at the different skills need for basketball. We focused on moving about the hall whilst dribbling and passing the ball within our group. We also developed our listening skills
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🎶Miss McNeil🎶 Jan 14
Doing some serious problem solving in our 4/5, 5/6 classes this week! Using our melody map & our ears to figure out the pitches of our “greeting song” melody on the Orff instruments!
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Blackridge Primary 13h
ELC PM and all day children have had a lovely afternoon at the park. They were listening to instructions from Miss Renwick “stop” & “go”
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Forest School Nov 22
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NC State Executive Education Dec 16
Well-developed are essential for building through conversations. Good listeners , , and the speaker - they show empathy and are genuinely curious. Have you mastered the skills required to listen as an ally?
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Primary7 Jan 14
Interview skills in English....not sure how many will get the job!
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ATC Nov 22
Jacari Bryson ⁦⁩ is Star Student in Health Science 1 for demonstrating exemplary work place skills. , ,
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Responsive Classroom Dec 13
They're tired, hungry, or thirsty; they're bored, distracted, or stressed; or they lack the skills.
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Rasheed Ogunlaru Nov 29
My latest 1 min tip "How are you showing up?" How do you treat yourself + others? It invites mindful, kind, conscious action
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Loft32 Dec 21
Comms tip: Don’t be afraid of a little silence. Small gaps in conversation are normal. Not only do these gaps show that you’re listening, but they allow everyone to focus their train of thought without interrupting.
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The Man Whisperer Nov 17
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