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Jessica Fuller Aug 8
It's all about relationships, baby! I'm planning on using virtual check-ins and circles to build connections with students and amongst them.
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SocialEmotionalLearning Aug 4
How to Support Teachers’ Emotional Needs Right Now
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R. Keeth Matheny Aug 8
What a great idea! Teachers are so creative. Love how this teacher made social distancing fun. 🥰 Well done Jennifer Birch Pierson kindergarten teacher (from Texas of course:)
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Kristin Ziemke #ReadTheWorldNow 📚📱🌏❤️ Aug 9
Prepping for back to school? Me too. Check out our book READ THE WORLD: RETHINKING LITERACY FOR EMPATHY & ACTION IN A DIGITAL AGE. Your 1-stop for all digital learning & SEL. Helpful 4 parents too! Link in profile
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Kecia McDonald she/her/hers Aug 9
Some great discussion points here. Students might not be ready to jump into the "tell us about your summer" icebreaker. Start with these first.
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Ross Chakrian Aug 7
The best/most pertinent PD sesh I’ve attended this summer! From the way structured it (to run like a synchronous virtual class), to the content, activities & reflection opportunities shared, it was GOLD! Simply AMAZING 🙂. 👀 it here:
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Corey Rosen Schwartz Aug 5
Giveaway: RT to win arcs of both THE WHATIFS and MOOTILDA'S BAD MOOD - two little bee books that support social emotional learning. Tag a friend for an extra entry. Ends 8/7.
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Mr. Franklin 2m
Ts! These “Mindfulness Care Kits” will be arriving to your classrooms next week to help support the needs of our Ss! SUPER EXCITED!
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OPEN Phys Ed Aug 8
ICYMI - the new resources are LIVE! First 3 weeks of FREE K-12 lessons to be delivered F2F, blended, or virtually! ➡️ Standards-based ➡️ Videos on YouTube ➡️ Vocabulary ➡️ Menu boards ➡️ Choice boards ➡️ lessons integrated
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Laura 🦄 Aug 5
The best thing you can do for your students in my opinion is to check-in with them daily Create a for students to fill out! This allows you to use data to better serve your students.
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Beth Dolan Aug 7
Saving for the fall. Keeping morning meeting going is so important.
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Samara Ryce, Ed.D Aug 8
Let's really CHANGE this thing!
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SocialEmotionalLearning Aug 3
Here's a great cool-down tip from Daniel Tiger! 🎶 When you feel so mad that you want to roar, just take take a deep breath and count to 4! 🎶 Song video:
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Daniel Aug 3
Wow! Never ceases to amaze! Check out the brand new resources! K-12, focused, and all FREE thanks to and GO BE GREAT as you start the new school year!
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Mrs. Plaza 7h
This summer was extremely unique for so many reasons. But summer isn’t always positive and safe for everyone. I like these questions as icebreakers better because they don’t imply status.
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Renee White 18h
These aren’t solid plans, but trying to get some ideas out there for our 2 weeks of orientation coming up. I feel like teaching basics with tools Ss will need during fun get to know you & activities may be the way to go. ❤️to know what others are doing!
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Nicole Biscotti, M. Ed. 🍎❤️ Aug 6
20-21 is going to be an opportunity to shake education up; we can no longer turn a blind eye to the inequity in schools, we must leverage technology, it is crucial that we invest in meaningful connections w/ parents, & we are forced to make a priority.
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Monica Fitzgerald Aug 9
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Drew Burris Aug 6
🦸‍♂️Pick Your Power🦸‍♀️ Instead of having Ss hit the Entry/Exit Check this year in with their hand, have them point to how their day is coming in/leaving. Can be used for digital classrooms as well. 💻
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Stephen Eustace | #Onederful 🦄| Aug 5
Have you read "Education Reimagined: The Future of Learning"? "This paper explores the now, the near, and the next in the changing landscape of education"
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