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Jill Gough
Learner, ‘98: Learning to sketch and sketching to learn. See
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Jill Gough 18h
: episode 2 () Intentional use of technology to spur curiosity, sense of play, student-to-student connections. Thank you,
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Ms. Covington Nov 22
They just finished the Gobble Jog 5K for a great cause! Happy Thanksgiving! I love that our kids do amazing things out in the Atlanta community.
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Sarah Barton Thomas Nov 20
I am so thankful for the community. May we all return in nine days rested, renewed, and continually thankful.
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Ms. Covington Nov 20
Today was our 2nd annual Third Grade Thanksgiving Day Parade. The parade started on 34th Street (the third-grade hallway). Then we passed by 5th Avenue (the UED playground and garden) and strolled through Broadway (The Learning Commons).
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Jill Gough Nov 18
Thank you, ! Loved sketch noting with Leadership Class. Here are my notes. I cannot wait to see their notes too.
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Claire Snyder Nov 13
Today’s challenge: can you build a portable shelter that allows for a nomadic lifestyle?
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Ms. Dwight Nov 13
Celebrating Diwali with Annika from Ms. Covington’s class and painting our own diyas!
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Ms. Covington Nov 13
I am so proud of her. She presented about Diwali with such enthusiasm and expertise! The entire 3rd grade was able to have the same experience, thanks to google meet. I also want to thank her generous mom, who helped provide the diya craft for everyone!
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Ms. Covington Nov 9
I am so grateful to work with these kids every day. They make my heart so full.
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Katherine Anderson Nov 9
We can count on and use mathematical vocabulary to make observations about patterns, quantities, and numerical connections!
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Stuart Shanker Nov 4
leads to a new way of seeing a child - or ourselves - and as a result, is a powerful impetus to nurture a child rather than having the reverse effect.
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Mr B 5th Grade Teacher Nov 4
Bobble the Gratitude Turkey is showcasing some of the things in life we are thankful for. I love that specific members of the family are listed.
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ann reid young Nov 4
Thank you for stretching our brains with such a fun Pentomino Exploration Activity🤩
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STEAM at Trinity ATL Nov 2
Can’t imagine a better way to spend a beautiful fall afternoon- literacy, physics, and flying gourds with some of my favorite Trinitians!
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Lauren Kane Nov 3
Reptile day in Vet Academy and Tom made a guest appearance. Thanks and for teaching us about turtles!
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MindShift Oct 31
Give up on the idea that when we are "empathizing" we are being altruistic, or in any way doing good. Instead, recognize learning to see different perspectives makes our own minds stronger.
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Eric Hudson Oct 31
Terrific resource from on designing synchronous online discussions: I hope this level of learner-centered intentionality is something that lasts long after COVID.
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Stuart Shanker Oct 31
It is Co-Reg, not competition, that enables humans to live in harmony.
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Claire C Oct 30
Happy Fall! Happy Halloween! These kiddos are so happy to be back at school and with power! 🍂🎃🍁
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