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Susan Kotch Apr 14
This year, my 6ths will be broken into small teams. We'll be making an alphabet book for the pre-K where the kids use their bodies to portray the letters of the alphabet. We'll photo each letter, and they'll write a short poem to accompany each.
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Jerry Blumengarten 8h
Are you in shape to finish the school year strong? Can you keep up with this 71 year old? Combine proper nutrition & fitness. Our Exercise pagehttps://www.cybraryman.com/exercise.html Happy Easter - Passover
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Starr Sackstein, NBCT 9h
PSA: When Giving Feedback, Don't Lead With "I Love" or "I Like" - Work in Progress - Education Week Teacher
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Jim McClain, Pop Culture Educator of the Year Apr 14
I think we might do a little stop-motion animation project with their iPads. The timing of frames per second for animation and a given time for the video might make for some interesting proportion problems.
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Stephanie Conklin Apr 14
A1...I try to do something different everyday if I can...bell ringer game, different seating arrangement...keep Ss from getting complacent
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Neena Pio Apr 14
A2: word of encouragement. So simple but Ss need to know that their teachers are there for them and rooting for them
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Neena Pio Apr 14
A3: Give them a break! It's okay to give our students time to breathe and relax. Mindfulness both before and after testing is so important
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LeadForward 2m
story: Tianna rarely raises her hand or talks to peers. She is an introvert. Ask her about Pokemon she will talk a blue streak! LF> Strategy: Find out what your Ss are passionate about to open up the door to communication
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Susan Kotch Apr 14
Replying to @JessZanco @elgomezMHS
Do you wear pink on Wednesdays?
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Jim McClain, Pop Culture Educator of the Year Apr 14
Good morning, sunchatters! I'm Jim McClain, soon-to-be-retired 7th grade math teacher in northern Indiana, and creator of the math superhero graphic novel, Solution Squad!
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Tiffany Truitt Apr 14
Popping in late to today. Yikes! Sorry friends! Tiffany, Instructional Coach and doc student.
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Kevin M. Cline Apr 14
Hey everybody and welcome to ! Kevin, IN, and as a social studies teacher, and considering OTD Booth shot Lincoln, I wanted to share this incredible colorized photo of the Lincoln conspirators by
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Alex T. Valencic Apr 14
Good morning, friends! Alex here, 21st Century Teaching and Learning Coordinator in Freeport, IL! Third winter hasn't started yet, but we are expecting 1-3" of snow today! (I don't know own who made this originally, but it is true for all of Illinois!)
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Charla Crews 7h
What a wonderful way to change the culture of an organization! It is especially powerful if it starts in the central office of a school division and directs how they regard the teachers.
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John Meehan Apr 14
Morning ! John Meehan from Washington DC. Eleventh grade English teacher and high school instructional coach. And still geeking out a week after !
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Karen Vaites Apr 14
Replying to @JaredMyracle
👆 This isn't just theoretical or aspirational. has been talking about his district's shit away from Test Prep Units, amidst a focus on stronger instruction yearlong. (2/3)
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Tiffany Truitt 7h
Just a reminder is on a break today. Sending love to all of our chatters celebrating Easter or Passover this weekend.
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Paula McPeake Apr 14
As a coordinator for a mentoring program, we give out snacks with a funny poem of encouragement. Our school makes sure all the kids have something.
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Susan Kotch Apr 14
Good morning, ! Looking forward to tweeting and learning with you all, while keeping an eye on the TV and this morning at the Masters.
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Kevin M. Cline Apr 14
Our topic this morning!
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