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Josh Stumpenhorst Mar 21
A3 The google keeps me pretty organized. Sheets, Keep and the Calendar. That and a fair amount of post-it notes.
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Jonathon Lee Mar 21
lookout! the Chamberlains are in the house! brings the knowledge and brings that jokes!
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Bill Huber Mar 21
A2: A good friend of mine and someone in class with me recommended this book. I haven’t received it yet but I’m anxious. Excited for the positive methods and protocols.
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Josh Stumpenhorst Mar 21
Student choice is the foundation of great student engagement. When students are engaged they are more likely to enjoy the learning.
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William Chamberlain Mar 21
are you saying Dianna is the joke? Because I totally brought her to the chat :)
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ᑕᖇYᔕTᗩᒪ ᔕᒪᗩᑌGᕼTEᖇ 🌻 Mar 21
A1: Have you ever been presented with more than one choice and just all of a sudden are drawn to one of the two and the creativity just starts flowing? That is powerful! Not to mention you are empowering the student and putting the task in their hands.
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Bill Huber Mar 21
A2 (okay last one) This is a great resource for a T in a school that is not as structured (yes, they exist, shocking I know).
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Bill Huber Mar 21
Student Choice allows students the freedom that they have been craving for (although they ❤️ structure). It allows them to discuss, share, and create things they have been thinking about in a safe environment.
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William Chamberlain Mar 21
I play ball with the kids before school, joke with them, tease them about things. Basically act just like them but with better taste in music.
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MOedchat Mar 21
Q2 What book(s) (doesn't have to be a book) are you currently reading (or have read in recent past) for your PD? twitter
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Lane Walker Mar 21
a1 I feel like I am called to teach those that find math difficult and don't see the relevance. Their futures depend largely on their understanding the role of math in STEM.
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MOedchat Mar 21
Q3 Organization is key on many levels in education. Share how your stay organized.
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Lane Walker Mar 21
It's good to be back, thanks to spring break. I'm a HS math teacher, teaching with inquiry and integrating STEM
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Kalliope I Craft Feb 28
Participated in my first tonight and learned so much in 1 hour! Some of the questions had me googling. So many new ideas and tools I haven't even heard of before in my brain now! !
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Andy Wall Mar 21
A4 Simply talking with people about what they are doing/interested in/want to do can make a big difference I think in building relationships. Be a genuine and authentic person.
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Rebecca Lee Mar 7
A3: I had an idea after our trip yesterday! Argumentative writing turned choose your own adventure within the game.
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Lauren Pingul Feb 21
A3 as educators, we’re with these kids 8 hours a day. Teaching compassion, empathy and growth mindset is so important. It’s also crucial that we model these skills with kids. Self-regulation is a skill that we have to model and actively teach
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ᑕᖇYᔕTᗩᒪ ᔕᒪᗩᑌGᕼTEᖇ 🌻 Mar 21
A3: Google calendar is my BFF and I love the extension Boomerang.
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Sam Stearn Jan 18
Reporting for duty! Google bootcamp at 13:30.
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MOedchat Mar 21
Q6 The word BALANCE. Why is having balance so important?
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