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Todd Bloch Aug 10
Not everyone will be happy with back to school plan, go with one that leads with caution and shows caring! Better to be over protective than under ...
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Todd Bloch Aug 8
Pivot - my word for 2020-2021 school year. Focusing on moving forward with the flexibility to turn and a focus on learning!
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MiddleWeb Aug 9
NEW: Our Vulnerable Learners Need Our Best Supports Suzy Pepper Rollins describes what we should & shouldn't do to bring academically vulnerable students into the "success loop"
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Scott Morrison Aug 7
I am looking to partner with some teachers anywhere in the world this semester. I have some students in need of virtual placements and mentors. I am open to ideas for how it would function and evolve. Time to innovate, right?
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Stephanie Auditore Aug 7
Today is the day! Get those final innovative pitches in!
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Jeremy Hyler Aug 10
We shouldn’t be debating about whether sports should or shouldn’t occur. We are having a hard enough time about being in the classroom. I’m a former college athlete. I know they are important to some Ss, but being alive is more important.
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Regie Routman Aug 7
Especially now, when most of us, our students, & families are uncertain & anxious, putting each person we teach &/or interact with before any process or product is essential to well being and optimal learning.
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MiddleWeb 13h
NEW: Bring Geography to Life by Tracking Hurricanes. Social studies meets science in this how-to article based on 20 years of hyper-engaging middle grades kids
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Listenwise 10h
Developing racial awareness within ourselves can help us consider how our pedagogy might promote a more equitable society -
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MiddleWeb Aug 10
NEW: Launching a School Year in Uncertain Times. Authors Ron Williamson & Barbara Blackburn offer clear, concise advice. Add your own.
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GrammarFlip Aug 9
Teach your students how to use commas with items in a series with GrammarFlip's instructional video lessons, practice exercises, writing activities, and more!
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Todd Bloch 19h
Transparency is key to return to learn plans: ALL stakeholders need to see steps and feel involved with concerns addressed. So much more than a PDF email this is difficult because some will disagree but a must!
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MiddleWeb Aug 5
NEW: 10 Actions That Put Student Writers First. Literacy leader urges us to affirm, encourage & celebrate every writer.
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GrammarFlip Aug 9
GrammarFlip saves time with lesson planning, teaching, and grading for ELA teachers!
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MiddleWeb 10h
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MiddleWeb Aug 4
NEW: Tap Out! Help Students Self-Assess Fast. Rita Platt shares her favorite quick check-in with kids to see how they're learning. Lots of tips and tools!
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GrammarFlip Aug 10
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Alex A Aug 10
Absolutely! All whilst learning online too! I found supporting students to manage learning at home particularly difficult. Some rocked it, but finding the right strategies for those that didn’t is on my radar! Any suggestions?
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Adam Somes Aug 7
Middle Schools need to commit to offering broad elective options to their students...this is the time to explore and cultivate passions.
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