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Stephen Dull Mar 30
R1: My target is 30 min for my activities & in math I'm super-interested in having students show their thinking vs. "here's a set of squiggles that probably came from photomath". So Desmos activities, Flipgrid the process on a problem, make a "Which One Doesn't belong".
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๐’ฎ.๐’Ÿ. ๐’ฅ๐‘œ๐’ฝ๐“ƒ๐“ˆ๐“‰๐‘œ๐“ƒ Mar 30
A4: Honestly, this whole thing may actually shine a light on some antiquated philosophical and pedagogical practices. SEL has been a buzzword for many, but Iโ€™m hoping that people will see that it is so much more than a fad.
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breicher Mar 30
Bruce from New Jersey. Technology Teacher. I use this image to remind me to control what I can.
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Christia Osborn-Preston, NBCT Mar 30
I would say making sure activities incorporate choice and voice for students.
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Stephen Dull Mar 30
Happy Monday, . Steve, math teacher in NW Indiana. Top coping mechanism is getting outside to let the sun shine on my face.
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MsCox Mar 30
A1 I think providing opportunities to discuss current issues or do a question will hopefully get them to talking. This is not โ€œrelaxed learningโ€ many are still struggling to realize whatโ€™s going on
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Christia Osborn-Preston, NBCT Mar 30
Christia from Las Vegas. I am a tech teacher. I think my quote would be "Just put 1 foot in front of the other..." from Santa Claus is Coming to Town.
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Kevin Self Mar 30
Hey everyone. Kevin from in Indianapolis, IN. Physics and computer science are my game. Dabble with tech (occasionally). This week:
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Sarah La Due, Teacher on Quarantine ๐Ÿ™ Mar 30
Sup. Ms. La Due, English teacher from Desert Pines High School in Vegas. I'm an extrovert who lives alone and I miss my students and colleagues A LOT.
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Amy Stefanski Mar 30
Amy, From Illinois! District Librarian
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๐’ฎ.๐’Ÿ. ๐’ฅ๐‘œ๐’ฝ๐“ƒ๐“ˆ๐“‰๐‘œ๐“ƒ Mar 30
A3: definitely different. A whole new pace. Kids need grace right nowโ€” what is happening at homeโ€”jobs, financial, emotional will for sure impact output. My main concern is their physical/emotional well-being.
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Christia Osborn-Preston, NBCT Mar 30
A2 I teach K-5 in a community where we are unsure about how much access to tech the students have, so I am thrilled if I get an email or 2 from students each day.
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Sarah La Due, Teacher on Quarantine ๐Ÿ™ Mar 30
Replying to @LaDue
Of course, it'd be great if we were ALWAYS asking ourselves "how can I teach in a way that promotes self-initiation & self-learning tendencies in my students?" We should ALWAYS want that. But schools generally aren't set up that way, and that has become too apparent.
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๐’ฎ.๐’Ÿ. ๐’ฅ๐‘œ๐’ฝ๐“ƒ๐“ˆ๐“‰๐‘œ๐“ƒ Mar 30
A1: I simply asked my kids what they were interested in and try to work into what will keep them interested and excited. These are crazy times! They are bored and miss school so much!
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John Kline Mar 30
Replying to @DrTerriC
yes. the meaning of "falling behind" is going to change. As are things like standards for grade levels. We are going to be in a mess. โ“What if we take this opportunity to dump all that and really change educationโ“
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Dr Theresa Cullen Mar 30
One of the conversations that I had in a Facebook Pandemic Group was -what if our students fall behind? What decides what behind is.. We should just acknowledge how crazy this is.. and if we don't get to Fractions in grade 4 - lets move it to Grade 5 for a year.
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Snehal Bhakta Mar 30
A3-I honestly think it has effected educators more than students. Ss grew up with touch screen, stream, youtube, etc... I'm guess for most of them it is a more comfortable medium they are familiar. For us "oldies", we are converted what we do to something new.
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Dr Theresa Cullen Mar 30
a1) I was in a discussion earlier today about students without access and the teacher was talking about open ended tasks. I think for many kids - give them a kidified standard and ask them to demonstrate something - They will surprise you.
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Snehal Bhakta Mar 30
A1-Key is supporting students the best way you can based on your abilities. Not everyone can convert to "distance learning" in days...can take weeks, months, or years. However, you can always encourage and supports students thru conversations.
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