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Connie Hamilton Ed.S Jul 20
Exit tickets are popular method of closing a lesson. Think about all the options you have for putting a bow on learning. Do you want to circle back around to content? Reflect on mindset? Make relevant connections? Examples from ()
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Heather Lieberman 📚 Jul 20
A3 The best lesson wrap ups are the ones where the Ss give each other meaningful feedback. I’ve seen this in kindergarten and it’s awesome!
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Scott Rocco, Ed.D. Jul 20
That's the end of this week's Summer of THANK YOU PLN We are back here next week at 8am EST Stay cool and safe today and next few days. It's going to be HHHHOOOOOOTTTTTTTTT!
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Stacy Young Jul 20
A2: I absolutely love teaching the six word memoir. It’s been one of my favorite lessons for years. What the kids produce often knocks me off my feet
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Chris Legleiter Jul 20
A2. For staff PD, we invited our own parents in and we did an “Inclusivity panel” with rotations that allowed our staff deeper learning and connecting to our parents .
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Jimmy Dunn Jul 20
Good Morning! Jimmy from Bergen County NJ. I teach 6&7 ELA. Out for a walk before it gets to hot.
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Tricia Shelton Jul 20
A2 Great lessons motivate students to figure something out (why something happens in the world or a solution to a design problem) by using the practices and understandings of the discipline
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Dr. Jennifer Wirt Jul 20
MS Principal from NJ. Looking for teaching candidates in many subject areas - especially science.
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Jimmy Dunn Jul 20
A1: Storytelling can be a powerful start. To open a information/argumentative unit I told why I rescue pit bulls, we defined passion for a cause as something that makes you angry and want to change.
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Brad Currie Jul 20
Thank you for joining us on the Summer of . Keep fighting the good fight!
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Chris Legleiter Jul 20
A1. When the learners are given an opportunity to do self discovery or inquiry it deepens the curiosity and desire to learn.
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Chris Legleiter Jul 20
A3. For staff PD, we strive to provide either a reflection activity (Ex padlet, todays meet) or have staff write “action plan” on how they will implement the strategy. The key is the intentionality.
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Stacy Young Jul 20
Morning friends! Stacy, ELA Supervisor from Central NJ. Jumping in late because I got distracted and lost track of time.
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Richard Erdmann 🇨🇦 Jul 20
A2: The best lessons that I have observed in classrooms are ones where student voice, choice and interests are evident! Lessons where students can explore a passion or interest. Engagement is key!
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Rodney Smith Jul 20
A2) All the best lessons I have observed have had the common theme of being student centered/directed. Teacher is facilitating & supporting but students are taking primary ownership of their learning!
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Magdalena Macias Jul 20
Q1: The best lesson starter I have seen or conducted (for students with emotional and behavioral challenges) was discussing feelings using the ‘Zones of Regulation’ program every morning (part 1)
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Clint Epley Jul 20
A2) Lurking a bit this morning but a lesson I always enjoyed teaching revolved around cotton, blood diamonds, and oil - how resources can fund evil systems.
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Brad Currie Jul 20
A1: Try out Think, Pair, Share, Post. Students can use any platform to post their insight or the insight of others at the start or end of lesson. Additionally, it can be used to flip the classroom.
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Cheryl Graff Jul 20
A1: connecting concept to real world application. I always like to pose a question or bring in a tech tool to pose a question to see what Ss already know
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Chris Legleiter Jul 22
Focus on how you can move the work forward today - encourage others, provide feedback and be intentional with your efforts.
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