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Jill Gough
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Jill Gough 16h
Replying to @teach2connect
Right! The top left corner has different sizes from the rest of the load. Sam was driving, so I was very safe. Here’s what the side view had to offer.
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Becky Holden Sep 14
Our kindergarten teachers view data for individual Ss, within each classroom, and as a grade level. These collaborations inform our next steps. Collaboration is our culture.
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Jill Gough 18h
Such an interesting arrangement. What do you see? notice? wonder?
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The MEHRIT Centre Sep 14
With , we must develop personalized strategies to promote resilience and restoration. How can we do this? [PS: you can download this graphic on here 👉🏼 ]
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Jill Gough Sep 14
: Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to a Woman for the Fifth Time in History
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Katherine Anderson Sep 13
This short and easy activity with dominos practices number sequencing and recognition, subitizing, and comparing different combinations of sets. And to top it off, they loved it!
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Mr B 5th Grade Teacher Sep 12
Today the Ss practiced peer editing. I talked about the importance of constructive feedback, giving & receiving.
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Katherine Anderson Sep 12
Remember “Bubblegum Bubblegum?” This classic game incorporates math by counting one to one, gross motor skills like flexibility, rhyming words & rhythm, & even problem solving & communication skills. Sometimes “play” is so much more than play!
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Robin Martin Sep 11
Listening to how many times the bell rings and putting the same amount of people on their work spaces.
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April Patton Sep 11
Two of our stepped into leadership roles today by teaching other Pre-K classes about our shared outdoor kitchen tools with .
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April Patton Sep 10
Creating unity in our own little community, we decided to name ourselves the ! Did you know that pandas symbolize peace, gentle strength, and calm determination?
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Jennifer Curry Sep 11
Choral counting to identify and describe patterns and regularities in repeated reasoning. What a powerful math warm-up!
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Amanda Jansen Sep 11
Replying to @MandyMathEd
Another powerful idea in this book is that when we truly listen to the voices of students of color, we are not “giving” them voice. They woke up with that voice. Instead, we make space for their voices to be heard.
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Fawn Nguyen Sep 9
Tomorrow, less than 24 hours from now, I get to do this! Please join me if you're NEW to visual patterns! (If you're already using VPs, I'm wondering how you facilitate it with your kiddos.)
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Maryellen Berry Sep 10
“True leadership stems from individuality that is honestly and sometimes imperfectly expressed… Leaders should strive for authenticity over perfection.” — Sheryl Sandberg |
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Trinity School Sep 10
It's a terrific Tuesday at Trinity!
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Mark Hale Sep 10
A psychotherapist shares the 7 biggest parenting mistakes that destroy kids' confidence and self-esteem
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Jill Gough Sep 10
Seriousness of purpose! ❤️ GLTLs grapple with clarity to offer feedback as we calibrate expectations. .
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Jill Gough Sep 10
Level up with your priorities
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