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Jill Gough
Learner: Learning to sketch and sketching to learn. See
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Amanda Thomas 21h
Very successful historical fiction Book Tasting!!! I even found a few I wanted to read!
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Harvard University Jan 16
Interested in learning something new? Harvard offers more than 100 free online courses:
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Blythe Jan 15
Thanks to for inviting me to be a part of Parent Diversity Awareness Committee's panel this morning focusing on women who empower and lead. I enjoyed sharing & hearing from the other panelists!
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Center for Teaching Jan 15
Give them meaningful, relevant, face-to-face that they can use instead of a grade. Make it personal to make a difference! have limited effectiveness in stimulating learning.
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Eric Hudson Jan 16
"If content merely becomes a vehicle through which competencies are taught, it’s possible for curriculum to serve as both a mirror of our students’ lived experiences and a window that reveals alternate ways of life." via
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Sarah Barton Thomas Jan 16
6th grade laps are perfect for our EED buddies.
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Second Steinberg Jan 16
So excited to have teach 2nd Ss about his drawing & writing process and how he became an author and illustrator.
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Second Steinberg Jan 16
Drawing lessons with ! We are enthralled!
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Sarah Barton Thomas Jan 16
Love seeing our 6th graders take control of their learning and taking notes unprompted.
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Trinity School Jan 16
We're inspired! Great to have Author and Illustrator with us today!
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Jill Gough Jan 16
Results guide our decisions. Pre-K team analyzing results of common assessment through conferring. noticing student strengths in numeracy.
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Jill Gough Jan 16
Pre-K learners on it: Planning, thinking, collaborating, sharing as we learn. with cc:
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Jill Gough Jan 16
Reading, directions, singing, coding all at the same time while reads.
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Mark Hale Jan 14
How to Embrace Change Using Emotional Intelligence
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Mark Hale Jan 12
Ways the world improved in 2018, in charts — Quartz
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Jill Gough Jan 15
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Chris Jakicic Jan 15
Some teams need help from their coaches about team function. The coach can help a dysfunctional team assess what's getting in the way. Are team members following the norms? Are the norms meeting their needs? What happens when a team member "violates" a norm?
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Eric Hudson Jan 14
You’ve articulated a mastery credit. You’ve written associated learning outcomes. Now, how might we use these as parameters to design diverse, authentic assessments that put student agency at the center?
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Trinity School Jan 14
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Jill Gough Jan 13
My week on Twitter 🎉: 4 Likes, 1 Retweet, 247 Retweet Reach. See yours with
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