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Instructional Tech 19 Feb 19
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Maria Treviño 19 Feb 19
Q4. During our planning we answer these following questions, What will they do if they get it? What will they do if they don't? This is purposefully done so we can build in class interventions and extensions to the lesson.
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Roxanna Robinson 22 Jan 19
Replying to @MISDiTech
A1: Problem solving in the classroom sounds like students talking and sharing ideas and strategies. The students are doing the thinking as they discover multiples ways to solve problems.
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Denis Sheeran 1 Jan 19
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Lesley Edwards 22 Jan 19
Thanks to everyone for the great discussion about problem solving. We can change the world by helping our students see their role in it. Keep up the great discussion and let's learn from each other.
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Suzanne Langston 19 Feb 19
Replying to @dedelicatovich
It's also important to note that the student is expected to be the one meeting those demands of the TEKS- constructing, communicating, asking- not only the teacher.
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Leticia Corey 22 Jan 19
A1: talking it out, using multiple response strategies. Especially for my littles it is great to talk about it out loud to help hear it and get tips from others.
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Becky Williams 19 Feb 19
one of my kinder teachers and I did a virtual google expedition with vr goggles to learn about the rainforest so our children could be more prepared to do their report this week.
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Andrea Miller 19 Feb 19
A1: if you are out of your comfort zone, do what you can to become comfortable with the TEK or content-do your own research, ask questions, seek advice, try new methods, lean on those supports on your campus, but above all keep an open mind.
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Andrea Miller 19 Feb 19
A3: For science, really it starts with the vocabulary-table captain's determined by matching vocab with definitions, class warm up questions that address past concepts, specialy designed quizlets posted in Google classroom, vocabulary magic, making connections
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Lauren Jones 19 Feb 19
A3: Research shows that Ss will retain information better if they are having fun while learning. Imagine that!
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Leticia Corey 22 Jan 19
A2: 4C’s- critical thinking and making real world connections are a big way to get students engaged and enjoy learning.
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MOMtinez 💚☠🦕🦖 19 Feb 19
A3) All new material needs to reference previous learning. Be purposeful with your tie-in to previous learning. Kahoot, Quizizz, Quizlet, MindMaps, BrainDumps, ThinkAlouds, etc. can all be used to recall facts.
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Brooke Graham 19 Feb 19
So excited we planned a Google Expedition with VR Goggles to take a virtual field trip to learn more about the Rainforest and its animals. What a fun way to engage and get the kids excited for research this week!
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Doug Goossen 22 Jan 19
A2: What if we found ways to get the questions off the paper by applying the skills needed to real objects and real situations?
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Jessica Stubbs 19 Feb 19
Replying to @Tdove33
Yes! A great team will not only support you but help you GROW!
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Bailee Block 20 Feb 19
A.1 I deal with teaching content that is out of my comfort zone, by remembering growth sometimes only comes if you take risks. I expect my students to take risks & so should I!
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LeAnn Hooper 19 Feb 19
A1: I really plan to make sure that I am prepared but I know that I will be reflecting afterwards or during. It only makes me a better teacher to try new things and adjust as I go.
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Instructional Tech 19 Feb 19
Welcome to today's . Join in the conversation and continue to check back throughout the day to see what others are posting! Thank you for hosting!!
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Lori Johnson 19 Feb 19
A3: Sarah Frazier uses video notes so that students can refer to previously taught content whenever they want.
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