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Jill Gough
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Claire C 18h
Just a dose of Daily 3! Students worked to write letters using the “Wet, Dry, Try” method, complete a journal entry independently, and build their stamina during Read to Self. Look at these readers and writers go!! 📚📝
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Amanda Thomas 21h
Exploring a new comprehension strategy (Sentence-Phrase-Word) with a very important topic, a little delayed due to Hurricane Florence evacuations. Powerful discussion happening today.
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Jill Gough 23h
Phases of the Moon: transferring knowledge from data to graphs to find and visualize patterns. Estimating fraction of the moon’s illumination and calibrating collaboratively.
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Nina Chamberlain 24h
How can you tell you’ve had fun in art class?
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Mark Hale 23h
Words Are a Really Big Deal via
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Sarah Barton Thomas 23h
Explaining our thinking using on the in they explained MY error with regrouping!
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Manitoba ASCD Sep 16
All educators should read this research study from UBC. Sense of belonging in school key to children’s positive mental health via
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Mark Hale Sep 15
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Jill Gough Sep 16
My week on Twitter 🎉: 7 Mentions, 504 Mention Reach, 34 Likes, 6 Retweets, 8.55K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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Sarah Barton Thomas Sep 16
Worlds colliding! Love the reference to while reading ’s I am definitely becoming Math-ish.
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Robert Kaplinsky Sep 15
Come watch my free LIVE webinars on "Why We Should Reconsider Using Word Problems (And What We Should Be Doing Instead)" HS 9/15 @ 6 pm ES 9/16 @ 12 pm HS 9/16 @ 3 pm MS 9/16 @ 6 pm
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Robert Kaplinsky Sep 14
My first live webinar for elementary school teachers called Why We Should Reconsider Using Word Problems (And What We Should Be Doing Instead) is beginning in 5 minutes! You can join right now!
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Jason Sep 14
Mixing in Cone Gobblers today with our hula hut challenges
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Marilyn Burns Sep 14
If you're interested in MRI interviews (grade 5 & up): Working on K-5 interviews now.
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April Patton Sep 14
What can you make from just one dot? After reading by Peter Reynolds, we used our imaginations and crayons to find out.
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Nina Chamberlain Sep 14
Loved peeking in on the magically scientific Air Show with . 4th graders make predictions about how air behaves.
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Anne Jones Sep 14
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Sarah Morgan Bonham Sep 14
Loving the new MPR set up. Cafe style=engaged learners!
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Brian Toth Sep 14
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Nina Chamberlain Sep 14
This Early Learner just had to share a drawing he created the day after our rainbow order art lesson. He even described his work in front of the First Graders— Well done!!
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