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Jessica Cotter
Words and ideas can change the world.
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MindShift Dec 5
Anxious teens often just want counselors to help them feel safe again — but their problems will likely only escalate if they don’t learn how to cope with stress, discomfort, and panic.
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MindShift Nov 30
"I want my son to learn that his learning will never be captured in a single measure or stand-alone assessment"
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EdWeek Teacher Nov 28
Understanding student misbehavior starts with understanding the root of the problem
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Jessica Cotter Nov 28
Replying to @Sutterlearn
I like solitude for ideas and collaboration for implementation. :)
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Ted Fujimoto Nov 26
The brain's chemistry changes when we become curious, helping us better learn and retain information
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MindShift Nov 26
"I want to know the ways that they are thinking rather than the ways they are making mistakes," said
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MindShift Nov 25
Watch the subtle ways this 2nd grade teacher asks questions and prompts her students so they feel good about their struggle
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Jessica Cotter Nov 25
If you haven't seen you need to. The art, the music, the story- there is so much to love!
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Jessica Cotter Nov 25
Replying to @PedroANoguera
How do we talk about this with students amongst what feels like a "So what?" culture?
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Jessica Cotter Nov 23
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Pedro Noguera Nov 22
Parents matter. Building partnerships w parents helps schools to improve: Teaching Parents the Right 'Questions to Ask' in Schools via
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Jessica Cotter Nov 20
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MindShift Nov 20
Procrastination is the number one challenge facing most learners, according to . To train the brain to systematically focus and relax — to toggle — she recommends the “Pomodoro Technique.”
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Douglas Reeves Nov 15
While I love the idea of breaking the standards down into student goals, teachers face the reality that there are too many standards. The antidote is “power standards” the few that have leverage, endurance, and are essential for the next grade.
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Jessica Cotter Nov 13
Gotta love . He's kinda a big deal.
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MindShift Nov 11
Fantasizing about success w/o an anchor in reality can actually diminish the likelihood of a better outcome
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Jessica Cotter Nov 12
Replying to @mikevanantwerp
I just can't even.
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Jessica Cotter Nov 9
Replying to @Sutterlearn
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Jessica Cotter Nov 9
Replying to @Sutterlearn
You get me.
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