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Paul May 15
Good news for teachers who are still told differentiation is 3 different worksheets 👍
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Anup Jalota May 15
Teaching students the delicacy of Indian music and learning the delicacy of time management in return.
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Russell Campion 8m
Excellent piece on how students engage more with learning if they feel their background is being addressed
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Karen Costa May 20
We cannot divorce brains from bodies. It doesn't work that way. As higher educators, we need to be more aware of the body-brain connection and help create structures to support this connection. For land-based AND online students.
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Lighting up Learning 15h
This week: training in in planning in in support in Then our Director is off sailing from Bristol to in the with
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Karen Costa May 20
Here's the other standout part of the book. There's a whole chapter on the body brain connection and I'm so here for this work.
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Karen Costa May 20
Believing that every student has the potential to learn, grow, and succeed is not some bleeding heart fantasy. It's a scientific fact. This book will help you to understand that science and advocate for students.
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Sarthak Shrivastava May 15
Helping people to learn something is the best way to master anything. No matter how, but share your knowledge to boost yours I learned everything by just sharing whatever I know
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Deb LoDolce May 20
I love when students independently show mastery of a learning objective. Beautiful sentences and pictures!
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Sybil 17h
Watching the webinar from April. " doesn’t really neatly live anywhere. It lives in scholarly comm, it lives in , it lives in copyright. It lives in , it lives in ,..." Yes!
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Hemet USD Counseling May 16
Middle school counselors are working hard to develop curriculum for our Summer Bridge transition program!
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Lancashire LPDS May 19
The Summer Term newsletter is due out soon! If you would like to keep up to date with what's new in across the curriculum, sign up here:
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Kara Ingalls May 15
FlipGridding at UConn’s iPad Conference
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Philippa Wraithmell May 20
Congratulations Olly! So pleased for you!
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CarletonHigh May 15
Great to see one of the ‘Six Carleton Learning Strategies’ taking place in Geography! Y11 geographers were using the tables to ‘Buzz and Go’ as an active learning strategy to help them revise
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David Thomas 11h
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Dunbar Primary May 20
Working together at our in-service on the values & aims, professional reading, reviewing the current session & looking ahead to next year
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QS I∙GAUGE - Indian College & University Rating May 12
Our Primary Rating Criteria ‘Teaching & Learning’ doesn't just focus on academics, but takes a comprehensive approach at understanding teaching methods and overall student satisfaction with the institution.
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min wu May 20
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Cynthia Jewell 6h
These 3rd grade learners were able to work with kindergarten students today. And how AMAZING is it that they partnered with their former kindergarten teachers' class .
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