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SeñorKnepp Apr 20
Chapter 4, “It is not the right rules that make a classroom a great place for students to be; it is the right relationships and expectations.” So much of our emphasis is on establishing rules instead off rapport and relationships!
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Kristen Nan Apr 15
A1: I actually just blogged about one of my favorite ways to build relationships with my Ss... it creates a foundation of empathy/understanding and trust that is needed to be vulnerable and connected
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Jay Billy Apr 15
A2: We make sure the students are prepared and then move on. I try to make sure that I get them all up and moving before the testing. We know that the brain needs exercise and then just focus on the work and not the test.
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Josh Stumpenhorst Apr 15
Q5 - Fire up the robots, drones, 3D printers for question five.
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Sharon Tipping 3h
⁩ we all learn differently. We love using Tic-Tac-Toe (Choice Boards) & showing our understanding using emojis sentences, designing a cartoon, or using FlipGrid to share what we know.
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WITCON 1h
It is time to let it go - stop focusing on the things that are bringing you down and look at all the positive in your life. ..... ..... RyanGiffen PremiereSpeaker burgessdave mraspinall teachbetterteam TaraMartinEDU schnekse…
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Greg Moffitt Apr 15
A2b: Stop saying data-driven. Data doesn’t drive me. Students drive me. Their success drives me. Be data-informed, but student-driven.
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George Couros Apr 20
“Tell me what you need to ensure that every student in your class can learn.”
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Brian Mendler Apr 21
Response for “I don’t care:” “I hear ya. I didn’t care about a lot of things I was forced to learn in school either. Today, just for fun let’s pretend you cared. If you did, what would you say then?” Repeat multiple times if need be.
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Marcia Carrillo 4h
What story goes with this photo? What can be explored? How can you use images to SPARK CURIOSITY? What questions do you have? (Based on work) Photo credit: Me
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Ashlynn Ramirez 3h
Come work in the sunshine state of FL! 30 min from Disney, 45 min from the beach, amazing students in a community that is diverse. We are looking for Champions at UPE! Student centered? Relationships first? Whole-child focus?Passionate? Champion at UPE!
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LitSoulSisters 3h
It's MONDAY! That means it's time to give away another FREE book. Teachers, this middle grade book just came out in February and is hailed for it's humor! Check out the book here: Make sure to RETWEET and follow for your chance to win!
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Jennifer Oliger Apr 13
So awesome and inspirational seeing ⁦⁩ in person today! Thanks ⁦⁩ for hosting this.
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Eric Curts 6h
🎙️ 4 Free & Easy Audio Recording Tools for Google Slides New post, video & podcast on web-based tools to record audio for any project!
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Heidi Trude 3h
Spending my last day of spring break reading ’s .
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Daniel Koble Apr 20
Taught about human sacrifice Wednesday. My kids love nothing more than gory deaths and simulations. ✅ Koblieus Caesar ✅ Genghis Koble ✅ Mansa Musoble ✅ Koble Shark (do doo do doo do doo) ✅ Sacrificial Priest Koble ☑️ Christopher Koblumbus ☑️ Nicolas Kobpernicus
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Teresa Ronco 15h
is such a heartfelt and inspiring read, I couldn’t put it down! does an incredible job sharing his emotional journey on how he relied on his faith & lead with heart to help his community come together to heal. Definitely have the tissues ready!
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Michael Matera 2h
Some fun learning about monks in the dark ages. Also a fun excuse to use candles.
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Brian Mendler Apr 19
I never once regretted giving more. So when in doubt look around for someone to help. Instead of asking kids, “What are you doing this weekend?” Ask, “What are you doing for someone else this weekend?” Teach the way to get is to give.
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MorganLeming 2h
Starting a letter writing unit and looking for a class that would like to be penpals with my 2nd grade class for a couple of weeks. They are super excited to get to know and make friends outside their school.
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