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Jessica Cotter
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Calvin and Hobbes Nov 18
33 years ago today (November 18, 1985), one unique tiger was captured by a precocious boy using a tuna sandwich. That was the start of one incredible series of adventures. Happy Birthday Calvin ! You are the Confucius of the modern age. Some things only get better with age.
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MindShift Nov 17
At their foundation student-centered strategies get students asking their own questions, discovering answers and using their teachers as resources and guides
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Jessica Cotter Nov 10
Me when I’m tired and the kids keep harassing me
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College of Education Nov 9
Students are "ready to tackle the day" thanks to a special initiative from Spartan educator Ty Cotter in . He greets each of his 28 students with a unique handshake to begin class: (via )
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Holt Public Schools Nov 1
Hey Holt Public...the work our District Leadership Team is doing is not only innovative, but it is also inspiring!
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Amy Fast, Ed.D. Oct 24
When teachers started class by welcoming students at the door, academic engagement increased by 20 percentage points & disruptive behavior decreased by 9 percentage points—potentially adding “an additional hour of engagement over the course a [5 hr] day.”
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Jessica Cotter Oct 25
Replying to @joann_weil @MMS_ELPS
Proud of you!
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TattooArtistAubrey Oct 17
spent some time with my sons school bully yesterday .. just to dig a little deeper on”why?” .. come to find out he was being bullied for not having clean clothes n clean shoes.. I asked “why?” .. just to find out that his family is currently homeless🤴🏿♥️🙏✊🏽I had to do Something
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Michael McDowell Oct 23
When students produce a driving question at the end of a project you have rigorous . To do this students developed surface & deep level knowledge, explored multiple transfer situations, & now see the larger scope of work and problems that lie ahead in and across disciplines.
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Jessica Cotter Oct 23
It’s super cool to care about kids! I am so glad my kids attend ! RT if you’re feeling the love.
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Bill Powers, Ed.D. Oct 21
Every two weeks I have lunch with 8 students, plus our student body president, and ask: What’s going well? What needs to change? What would you like to see more of?
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MindShift Oct 18
Educators are trying to get students in the habit of explaining their thinking at a young age, pushing them to give evidence for their answers in situations where there are several ways to think about a problem
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MindShift Oct 14
When a teacher can connect to an important future skill, students have a reason to incorporate it and can see the transfer process more clearly
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Jessica Cotter Oct 13
Replying to @Sutterlearn
Actual footage of us at work. 😂😂
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Scary Mommy Sep 30
I’ve been drinking coffee in the afternoon so that I have more energy to lay awake in bed at night and panic about how tired I’ll be tomorrow.
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