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Kirsten Dyck Aug 5
So excited to hear this episode! The resources shared are some I’ve already been using, so I’m really looking forward to hearing new tips & perspectives for day one of math class!
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Lindsey Burym Jul 25
So many take aways so far! Connection as a principal- I can give feedback no problem, Getting staff feedback can be scary but is critical it has and will continue to help me to be a better leader.
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Amy Orth Aug 12
This quote. Applicable at all ages.
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Danielle Olson Mar 25
I would love to echo this sentiment ... just had a meeting with a new teacher starting this fall and the whole conversation led back to the visual and text versions of MPSC that I was able to send her away with the help guide her preparations this summer
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Fay Cassidy May 16
“When teachers learn, students learn.” That’s how WE roll!
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Andrea Mitchell Dec 13
Inspired by “Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox” by Danielle Daniel, we looked at how totem animals represent different attributes. After making animal masks, we decided to make our own adaptation, creating a beautiful and meaningful representation of our students.
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David Cameron Jan 31
The context of learning is an important part of the content of learning.
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Jessica Barrington May 3
Sometimes on a Friday in May you really need to get creative to get the kids through the day. Ms. Beavereye’s hallway hopping was a hit...and hilarious to watch 🤣
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Karen Georgacacos Apr 18
#@wcms Shoot out between Mr. Prescesky and Mr. Fast!
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Jon Yellowlees Mar 7
Ever read a book that pokes you in the brain but you hesitate to tweet about it because you think everyone must already know about it? Well in case you were unaware as me: “A Mathematician’s Lament”. Fav line: ...learning and playing are the same thing.
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Corrie Pomarenski Jan 20
Replying to @pomarenski
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Joel Driedger Aug 18
I will be teaching English this fall for the first time in almost 10 years! Reading 180 days to get ready. Big emphasis on classroom libraries. Any advice from colleagues out there on how to get one started?
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Allison Dyck May 4
Sometimes the most unplanned moments are the best ones. Last minute decision to add these shapes to a table during explore time. Their creativity never ceases to amaze me.
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Chad Williams Mar 7
Here are some successes and questions from primary Ts on building thinking classrooms and in mathematics. I look forward to joining Ts in their classrooms as we continue our work together.
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MissZacharias Apr 16
During play today, 2 kinder boys decided they needed to give a message to the people outside. They worked together (no adult support), sounded it out, and added the all important exclamation marks. It says, “Give me money!”😄💰
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Victoria Dyck Jun 20
A little bit of rain couldn’t stop us from a slurpee walk this morning!
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MacKenzie Fisher May 15
Grade 9/10’s quotation spreads on Indian Horse! Love how different they all turned out.
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Bob Bayles MBA CPHR Jun 4
Promising practices on leveraging principal pipelines - "Principals are second only to classroom instruction...that contribute to what students learn in schools" & "Principals are multipliers of effective teaching"
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Victoria Dyck Jun 25
We escaped with 3 minutes to spare!
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SaskCode Jan 8
Professional development sessions start up next week with Robot Mouse and Arduino. We've also got Ozobot and Edison on Jan 23, and Arduino Level 1 and Level 2 on Feb. 13. Sign up at .
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