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David Keyte (Primary Teacher) ✏️ 15h
I'm thinking of teaching a fractions of amounts lesson using skittles/smarties for my observation this week and asking children to display reasoning pictorially using the bar model. Has anyone taught a similar lesson themselves? Any advice or suggestions very welcome.
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David Keyte (Primary Teacher) ✏️ Jun 14
I'm going to miss my class a lot but am also very excited to start the year with a clean slate in September and use the things I have learnt this year straight away with a full year to impact.
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David Keyte (Primary Teacher) ✏️ Jun 12
Do you think children should be placed in sets for English and Maths at primary school?
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MindShift Jun 14
Even if a student is behaving and feels good about it, if he or she isn't actively making meaning out of the information, then active still isn't there
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Kathleen Barter Jun 16
First year of the SD44 Teacher Leader Book Club-thanks to this amazing group of educators for such provocative and deep discussions! for understanding
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WestminsterArea Jun 11
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Linda Sarsour 20h
Every public school teacher in America who wants to teach the most pressing issues of our time and raise a new generation of critical thinkers NEEDS this book.
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Roger W. Davis🌠#JoyfulLeaders Jun 9
Do you want to build a Learning Community that thrives? 1. Trust needs to exist between the members. 2. Everyone needs a choice on what they are learning and how they are learning. 3. All members need to listen and use their voices in conversations of debate.
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mommyteacherfashion Jun 14
“Classroom management is not about having the right rules...it’s about having the right relationships.” Danny Steele ❤️👫
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Mrs Powell Jun 12
Linking our learning today in year 5/6 I loved seeing all the unique ways the children linked their ideas
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David Keyte (Primary Teacher) ✏️ Jun 12
Which do you think provides the most accurate judgement of a pupils current working level? (If you could only choose one)
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TeachThought Jun 11
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early play Jun 15
What Albert Einstein said about
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Faculty of Health Sciences - AUB Jun 11
Congratulations to our professors Monique Chaaya, Fadi El-Jardali, Mey Jurdi, and Abla Sibai who have been granted tenure in recognition of their distinguished and sustained achievements in the areas of , , and service! Leading by example!
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Reading Spots Jun 15
From at the Kalpohin School in Tamale: 'It's break time, and I'm impressed with how some of our students are getting to love reading. They'll voluntarily pick their books to read at the least opportunity. 😊😊 Thanks to Reading Spot!!!"
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DemboyzonKirby Jun 16
My son just played his first game of dominoes at the barbershop!!!! Had to show him the way but it’s a (Rightofpassage)
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jun 11
Four teachers discuss how using graphic novels has enriched their instruction, strengthened student comprehension, and engaged their most reluctant readers.
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Mike Talamantes Jun 11
Using a whiteboard to outline practice is great for us because the players see the focus of that session and the why of each drill or emphasis, which usually leads to a great conversation at the start of practice and a much more engaged group throughout the day
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Marzano Research Jun 8
Typical progression of these phases during a teacher’s first year on the job. Understanding the phases can help those who support beginning teachers understand the challenges they face. Source:
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Shay Shanahan MCIPHE Jun 15
My 1stweek as a full time plumbing teacher came to an end at 1 today. I’m team teaching for 6weeks then 6 week of down time to prep for my own class. It’s great to finally be able to put all my teaching methodologies that I’ve learnt into practice.
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