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Jessica Cotter
Words and ideas can change the world.
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Jessica Cotter 1m
No- but we have a plan! It keeps coming on and then turning off...On for now!
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Jessica Cotter 6h
Just got a call from a technician about next steps to secure a working fridge!! Thank you- I appreciate the communication!
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Jessica Cotter 7h
Happy ! Great day for a little lounging.
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Jessica Cotter 17h
When your fridge has an error message and still hasn't fixed it after a week. Why do I bother with the ?
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MindShift May 23
Techniques for fostering meaningful class discussions by getting even reluctant students to share their insights
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Jessica Cotter May 23
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MindShift May 22
get a lot of positive feelings out of social media too. For the key is to help them ride the emotional rollercoaster
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MindShift May 22
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Positive Psychology May 12
Confirmation bias: the seeking or interpreting of evidence in ways that are partial to EXISTING beliefs (Nickerson, 1998) - and "perhaps the best known and most widely accepted notion of inferential ERROR to come out of the literature on human reasoning" (J.Evans, 1989).
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Jessica Cotter May 9
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MindShift May 7
When an uncomfortable or difficult situation arises, many teenagers just don't have the skills to deal with it on their own. Instead, they worry, envision the worst, and shut down
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Jessica Cotter May 6
Replying to @Sutterlearn
Were you there yesterday?! I was too!
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MindShift May 3
Many people experience loneliness -- the type that feels like a chronic ache -- and a new Cigna survey found some surprising results: "Our survey found that actually the younger generation was lonelier than the older generations." via
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Jessica Cotter Apr 25
Replying to @HopePrincipal
It's compelling stuff. Can't wait to talk about it with you!
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Jessica Cotter Apr 25
I'm so jealous!!
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Jessica Cotter Apr 25
Replying to @joann_weil
I can't wait to hear about this!
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MindShift Apr 23
Every teacher makes dozens of small decisions that determine how much a grade reflects a student's academic work and how much it reflects a mishmash of other factors
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ASCD Apr 21
Break out your No. 2 pencils: Taking notes on paper might have more cognitive benefits than typing notes on a laptop:
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MindShift Apr 20
Lesson observation with video and to highlight strengths and areas of growth have helped teachers at improve their
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ASCD Apr 21
Culture is built in so many different ways, but one of the main things that underlies a strong culture is strong trust, and one of the ways that we encourage students to trust us is in the way that we speak to them.
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