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Gemma Paterson Aug 16
Looking forward to begin my new post as Early Years Pedagogue tomorrow as return after the summer break. Exciting times ahead as we begin our journey with a new ELC Team and setting!
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Christina Katopodis 12h
For my first class I've marked areas (almost all of them) on the syllabus that are subject to "Deliberation, Revision, and Vote". Putting students into groups of 5-6 to deliberate on different parts of the syllabus and propose revised sections for the class to vote on.
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Kandy Streety Aug 15
A very smart and wise friend of mine said something very profound to me, “A program won’t fix what you don’t know.”
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Kera Lovell, Ph.D. Aug 14
Hey Teachers! For all of you planning activities for the semester, here are some ideas for in-class exercises that can be applied to a wide variety of subjects & grade levels, elem to grad school! Would love to hear more ideas as well - courtesy of
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Lisa Gilbert Aug 11
Had a conversation with a friend last night who's finalizing her syllabi for the fall, and we talked about moves that can signal a commitment to equity in higher ed pedagogy. Thread.
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Elizabeth H 16h
A serious Q for : I've been struggling w/ myself for quite awhile now over the question of whether or not to allow students to use personal computers in my Latin class this yr. I've been reading up a lot on the ableism of technology bans 1/
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Nicole Kirk 11h
Organize, organize, syllabi, syllabi - my « one week until the new semester starts chant. » Looking at for inspiration and .
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Christina Katopodis 14h
And the syllabus is drafted! Almost all of it is subject to negotiation, deliberation, and voting, and students will decide what we read after Oct 4th. Can't wait to get started!! It's not just about reading and writing but also about leading and collaborating.
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Lefteris Heretakis ⭐ Aug 19
I will be presenting: The Drawing Excellence Framework II – The values of and their application in teaching+learning today. 6-7 September 2018
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mexusmx Aug 18
A1: when following good , technology allows authentic collaboration and meaningful learning experiences to occur.
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Teacher Tip 1h
#3 Teachers do their best marking in the first few books they mark. To make sure your disadvantaged students are getting your very best, put their books at the top of your marking pile.
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Huw Jarvis Aug 13
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Abi-Rose Fisher Aug 19
A 'hangover' of my engagement party is these easels, any ideas about how I could use them in my classroom?
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Kevin L Jones Jr. Aug 17
Education is nothing more than a some sprinkled with the issue is that so many educators know the formula but can it!!! The quadratic is useful to students, teaching the is eye opening
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Upkar Prakashan 2h
Are you gearing up for CTET or TET examinations? Upkar Prakashan presents Development And for classes I-V and VI-VII. The book is highly appreciated by previous year toppers and can be avail at flat 30% off.
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Rick Stevens 8h
A1: Creativity and innovation are the bedroom of learning as well as its pinnacle. It is sound that applies to or non-tech learning. It is not just what Ss can regurgitate; it is what they can create with it.
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Juan José Calderón Amador 12h
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Teresita 15h
So trilled about my presentation at its a pleasure to talk in this session about of
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SHA Graduate Council Aug 18
Tweet your at us and we will retweet for the next month as everyone gets ready for the semester to begin!
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Esam Baboukhan Aug 18
A timely reminder for all developing their skills; technology is not the lesson, it is there to enhance the lesson. Technology helps facilitate and augment great and not replace poor teaching!
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