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Corrie C Aug 15
Q4 I have a ? With DQB, how do you all manage each class? I saw someone has a board per class. I don't have that much board space. Also the student consensus, do you circle up to discuss? I saw that in an NGS navigator video. Loved it.
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Angela Bergman Aug 15
A4: my high schoolers push back against the “original consensus model.” School has trained them to be “right” not “brave.” So I go right to DQB. They are ok asking questions. Then we look for common Qs & use that to drive investigatons & build consensus along the way.
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Meg Richard Aug 15
A3: let them wonder then... let 👏 them 👏 talk 👏❤️
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Ted Willard Aug 15
Thanks again to the Amazing for another And a special GOOD LUCK to all the teachers out there with their first days and weeks of school As I like to note, what I do and what my colleagues at NSTA do doesn't matter without the work you do in your classroom
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Philip Bell Aug 10
Here’s the playlist for building administrators…
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Craig Yen Aug 15
Exactly... needs to be authentic or else you're not seeing what they are wondering and questioning.
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Meg Richard Aug 15
A1: row 1 for me too! Letting Ss drive the 🚌 hasn’t always been easy for me but it is SO WORTH IT! I continue to be awestruck by what they produce through discourse ❤️!
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Patrick Goff Aug 15
Evening everyone - Patrick from KY. 8th grade science teacher. Trying to survive the 1st three days. New curriculum so there is that...
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Craig Yen Aug 15
Nice! Have you considered using as part of Online science reflection. Can add a audio and/or video component. They can draw on the pictures now... etc.
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Craig Yen Aug 15
Thanks for the chat tonight! Need to get outside... slow roasting in my own home. I should get my students to engineer a solution.
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Lisa Nori Aug 11
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Jennifer N Mutch Aug 15
Hi All- Jen Mutch from San Jose, CA. What I'm most excited about is working with more Teachers, Schools and Districts this new school year. I am missing being in the classroom and working directly with Students, but am excited to support students in a different way
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Jill McLean Aug 15
Jill from Champaign, IL. First day is tomorrow so I'm pulling together final thoughts as we chat.
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Tricia Shelton Aug 15
Thank you for joining tonights We will see you on Sept 5 for our next chat. Hope everyone has a great start to the school year!
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Ted Willard Aug 15
Creating classroom norms for students to have time to think on their own is essential here.
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Diana Soehl Lennon Aug 15
A3: excited to test out unit on Diverse Diets for nutrition, macromelecules, biochem! Getting Ss to share their favorite family recipes, exploring globally cultural foods will help draw them all in (we hope) and get them asking Qs!
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Janine Arents Aug 12
Working on tools to put in my teaching toolbox ,
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Kate Soriano Aug 15
A2 I'd like to use echos. They "bounce of a wall" but then why don't we echo every time?
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Philip Bell 16h
Free Posters of via : Today's poster—Dr. Rosalind Franklin was a pioneer of the study of molecular structures receiving recognition for her research on the molecular structure of coal, viruses & DNA.
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Philip Bell Aug 17
REFLECTION: There are so many different ways to make the learning of science into something that matters to students. Now that we are more than a handful of years into implementing the most recent vision for , I recognize that we are making some serious headway.
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