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Jill Gough
Learner: Learning to sketch and sketching to learn. See
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Jill Gough 8h
My week on Twitter 🎉: 12 Mentions, 274 Mention Reach, 33 Likes, 9 Retweets, 59.5K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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Justin Cahill 13h
Foam Roller and a Beach Ball! My kids said it was too hot to play regular 1 v. 1 wiffle ball. So they created “Bigger than Baseball .” I like thei thinking!
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Jennifer Wilson 17h
Looking forward to reading and thinking about implications for our classrooms where first and fast has been celebrated far too long. “It’s not faster alone. It’s better together.” Thanks for the recommendation, !
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CheesemonkeySF Jul 21
NEW BLOG POST: Cultural bumper cars: TMC18 and the word "tribe"
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M. Scott Perry MD Jul 21
Amazing work by presented at . Using zebrafish for high throughput testing and repurposing of existing drugs for . Identified several promising compounds that will enter clinical trial soon!
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Will Richardson Jul 21
In case you missed it: "Modern Learners Podcast #47: Learning, Language, and Leading with Dr. Beth Holland" - Loved this interview.
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Peter H. Reynolds Jul 20
50-ish days until Int'l ! Will you be celebrating creativity with me on Sept 15-ish?
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Harvard Education Jul 21
A successful program works even better when teachers have flexibility to personalize its implementation. More on the differences between traditional and adaptive programs 👇🏻
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Becky Holden Jul 21
Here is a view of geometry with our Early Learners (3 year olds).
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Robert Kaplinsky Jul 21
Love the Number Strings resources broken down by topic that Kara Imm & share at . Even high school!
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Accidental Creative Jul 21
Here are four questions to ask to help you think about your upcoming year. To get a worksheet (and transcript) for this episode, follow the link.
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Becky Holden Jul 20
“Fractions are the gatekeeper for algebraic understanding”. Thanks
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Casey McTeach Jul 20
I am a teacher leader because... I (try to) share my learning with others and I model being a lifelong learner for my students.
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Tina Cardone 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 20
I am a teacher leader because no one needs to reinvent the wheel. But working together we can refine it.
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Jill Gough Jul 20
by Chip and Dan Heath – 9: Practice Courage – practice quiets the anxiety that can cloud our mind 
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M. Scott Perry MD Jul 20
And this👇🏻! You can’t take care of your child if you don’t take care of yourself too. Over 60% of parents of children with report symptoms of anxiety/depression, yet less than 25% seek any help.
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Jill Gough Jul 19
You are beautiful, kind, and genuine! And, you make space for others to be themselves. I am to know you. Missing you this week!
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Daniel Pink Jul 19
Go ahead and express gratitude. People who receive thank you notes are far more touched and feel far less awkward than the senders of those notes expect.
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Jill Gough Jul 19
by Skill 2 Share Vulnerability Chapter 8: The Vulnerability Loop vulnerability precedes trust 
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Jill Gough Jul 19
When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by – Part One. The Day – 1: The Hidden Pattern of Everyday Life timing is a BIG thing 
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