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Heidi Neltner
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donnie 23h
This map is eye opening. It shows the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and allows you to drag its shape around the globe for size comparison.
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Heidi Neltner 15h
I have been looking at grants for this very thing! 😯
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Heidi Neltner 15h
How lucky are they!
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Heidi Neltner 15h
Just did a 2 day training, an outdoor learning symposium next week, headed to , doing a book study for & book study for Power Up Blended Learning w/, , & district stuff
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Heidi Neltner 23h
I found that, but wasn’t entirely sure how I should use it! Thank you for the share!
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Heidi Neltner 23h
I was just talking that book up on my computer science session Tuesday ! I can’t believe how easily it helps kids connect with big ideas like loops! Thanks for your work!
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Heidi Neltner Jun 15
Replying to @erikabow @me1odystacy
I LOVE Book Whisperer- it has been such an influence on programming I encourage! And The Writing Revolution is seriously getting me psyched!
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
My favorite slide from ’s presentation today - we can help kids learn through computer science in a multidisciplinary approach!
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Replying to @heidinelt
Key Takeaway: Relying solely on the textbook and workbook does not prepare students for the learning and the world they should be engaging in
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Now engaging in discussion about Using Tasks to Build Content Knowledge in Science and Social Studies - good opinion piece about the need for students to engage in authentic texts...not just passages in a textbook:
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
YES! Thank you! Adding that to the list I started!
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Replying to @heidinelt
Super curious to maybe dig into some of this info as well:
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Replying to @HHS_Grillot
This might be a helpful article for writing compelling questions - - that might be a good PD Academy session?
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Replying to @heidinelt
Key takeaway: need to dig into writing compelling questions!
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Checking into Inquiry for Social Studies Standards - key terms associated with Inquiry:
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Last big training for a few weeks today! I have trail goals for next week
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Replying to @k_callahan4
Key Takeaway 3 from Reading like a Reader, Reading like a Writer - Use the same text to teach grammar that you used to teach writing - point out appropriate grammar skills within the the writing - hello Writing Revolution! can I get a heck yes
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Replying to @heidinelt
Key Takeaway 2 from Reading like a Reader, Reading like a Writer - When reading we need to be pointing out how the author constructed the writing to develop the meaning, model using digital tools or just post it notes
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Replying to @heidinelt
Key Takeaway 1 from Reading like a Reader, Reading like a Writer - As teachers we should be thinking more comprehensively about the standard - consider how the other grades are scaffolded to reach the end result… this will help with differentiating in the classroom
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Heidi Neltner Jun 14
Great resource for teaching perspective - (RL.6) (might be good to have copies in the library )
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