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Candice Alfrey 1h
Here is 1 of the many, many, things I have learned from LETRS!! There is so much more to teaching reading than letters, words, and reading fast!
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Dustin Ecker 23m
Replying to @IN_SMHI
notes wishing me good luck first thing this morning, loads of hugs and high fives on my way out the door, and then loads of excitement when I returned during recess. Today was a good day. Thank you to for having me!😍
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Emily House 4h
Replying to @emilysparkles
Spoiler alert: I’m SO GLAD I DID. First of all, their vision is just aesthetically pleasing. It makes the room bigger! Secondly, the rest of the students loved it and I got to give credit to their peers. Thirdly, they truly feel ownership. They are empowered!
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dailySTEM (Chris Woods) 16h
Here's your question for your kids today! (if you need it, the answer is in the comments)
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Mrs. Keay 3h
Today, I was reminded, again, that the world is going to be okay. Society will be okay. My students are thoughtfully aware of issues facing our nation & were able to express their opinions without being disrespectful. We have a lot to learn from our youth.
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Mrs. Pezzi 16h
“Good, Better, Best, never let it rest.. until your good is better and your better is best!,” was my launch for this class at the end of each day. We worked on becoming our “best selves” with different strengths and growth. 🥰
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Rana/رنا Feb 18
Replying to @msrkhatib
When kids come to your classroom w this trauma, they’re carrying a lot. Many times, their concern isn’t memorizing sight words or studying for a math test but wanting to feel comfort & safety. Learn your students. Know their stories. Be there. They need you.
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K12Prospects Feb 17
Sending Emails to K-12 Educators? Check if you are Doing the Following Mistakes to Avoid the Junk Box.
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Mrs. H 5h
February Grad school It's only Wednesday Weather is unreliable Anyone else tired, but still smiling!!
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Alysa Smith 5h
One of the many reasons is because my students take care of me just as much ♥️ 🎂
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Blake Bogus 4h
So proud of these Ss and their willingness to share personal opinions and beliefs in this setting
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Teacher2Teacher 4h
"As a special education teacher, I see my students shut out of places too often." Why T ‘s goes beyond classroom achievement:
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Teacher2Teacher Feb 18
How does your help you push through challenges?
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Miles R. Johnson Feb 17
I love teaching lessons with horses!! This was a group project from my elementary students last spring. It is on display in downtown Nicholasville. Many of the students that live on or have families that work for horse farms share their experiences.
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Heather Harmon 8h
Effort needs to be celebrated! I was so excited about this student making a good effort today.
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Anabel Gonzalez 🍎 Feb 14
I because I love to learn. Happy Valentine's Day!
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Mrs. JLo Feb 18
“I’m leading this conference because I do have some things that I would like to accomplish in 2020” - Kandis ❤️ Another successful student-led conference!
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dailySTEM (Chris Woods) Feb 18
Actual conversation in today: Student: "Mr Woods, how much blood can a mosquito suck?" Me: "Lets find out" *Google* Me: "Looks like 0.000005 L..." Student: "So, you'd need an army of 8x10^15 mosquitoes to drain everybody's blood!"
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Shantel VanderGalien, NBCT Feb 18
It’s been a long but great day. Parent-teacher conferences and now grading papers. But this gem of a title and the witty intro makes me really love my 8th graders!!
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Sewing By Amber 4h
I ♥️ that "Aha!" moment when a student realizes what they've been doing wrong this whole time 🥳
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