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Jess Houser
I'm a writer who enjoys going on adventures with my characters! () I have an amazing husband and two energetic sons! by day and too!
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MFF Of The Wilds Dec 6
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Teach Write, LLC Dec 5
Hey writing friends: The Chat Blog is looking for teacher-writers of all levels (yes, YOU!) to be guest contributors. Would you like to share your thoughts about being a teacher-writer, writing, or teaching writing? More info here:
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Jess Houser Dec 5
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Doug Robertson Dec 5
Working hard at using context clues, apposition, prior knowledge, and word structure to figure out word meanings.
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Jess Houser Dec 5
Problem solving in a makerspace... Here's ours!
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Jess Houser Dec 5
Replying to @AjChasingmytale
Definitely embracing challenge -- which goes with taking risks. This is truly a difficult question.
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Jess Houser Dec 5
Top skills for the "real world" in 2020 vs. 2015 (source: Future of Jobs Report, World Economic Forum)
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Jess Houser Dec 5
Which of these is the most important to you? "Imagine new possibilities" -- sometimes what we think doesn't work, so we need to try something new, which means we need to be able to visualize alternatives.
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Jessica Torres🦉 Dec 5
What do you think is most important for our learners?? To me it’s about showing courage...so many Ss stepping away from generational poverty...that’s brave.
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Jess Houser Dec 5
"The makerspace movement is about moving from consumption to creation and turning knowledge into action." -
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Jessica Torres🦉 Dec 5
If you're comfortable in education...then you're doing it wrong. Take risks...education is about learning from failures.
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Heather S. Dec 5
“If they are not prepared for the real world, then we are not doing our jobs as teachers.” Andi McNair
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Jess Houser Dec 5
Every student deserves... Are we helping or hindering learning opportunities?
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Jess Houser Dec 5
Why I teach... sometimes we have to take a step back and remember why we do what we do in order to keep going.
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Jess Houser Dec 4
A1: Empower means the ability to choose for yourself and the confidence to do so regardless of success or failure. In the classroom, empowerment looks like students eager to discover new ways to become life-long learners.
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Jess Houser Dec 4
Great idea!! Thanks!!
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Jess Houser Dec 3
Good idea!
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Jess Houser Dec 3
Awesome! I also just realized that it's not Lego... 👀👀👀 These are Mayka. :)
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Jess Houser Dec 3
"I did it! I saved enough money to buy the Lego block tape! Can we go to Walmart?" It took him a couple months, but Billy saved up $14 for this. He is so excited!
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