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Kagan Publishing & Professional Development is All About Engagement! Kagan offers workshops, books, software and more to make engagement fun and successful!
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Kagan Mar 21
3/21/17 Weekly Challenge: Directions below on the image. Then you'll need this link
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Kagan Mar 21
3/21/17 Weekly Challenge: Directions below on the image. Then you'll need this link
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Kagan Mar 21
3.21.17 Weekly Challenge: Directions below on the image. Then you'll need this link
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Kagan Mar 20
love it!
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Kagan Mar 20
our last weekly challenge of the month is posted tomorrow. Our monthly is 3/28. Hope all can join!
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Kagan Mar 20
Are you ready for the last weekly challenge this month? Watch for it tomorrow!
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Julie Marshall Mar 15
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Denise Trabilsy Mar 15
Definitely a favorite!
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Jessica Reddout Mar 16
"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things." -Mother Teresa
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Rick DuVall Mar 14
One of my favorites: "Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." -- Henry Ford
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Kagan Mar 14
3/14/17 Wkly Challenge! See below. A lucky wins software during the 3/27 for participating in these! plz retweet
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Kagan Mar 14
Wkly Challenge 3/14/17 See below. A lucky wins software during the 3/27 for participating in these! plz retweet
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Kagan Mar 13
Are you ready to participate in the next Weekly Challenge? Be sure to watch for it tomorrow!
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Eli Casaus, M. Ed. Mar 8
A2: Having PIES philosophy rooted in these things has been a game changer for my campus
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J. Dunlap Mar 7
The effects of cooperative learning on S achievement are positive and long-lasting, and increase knowledge retention.
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Ashley Horton Mar 7
We need less focus on standards and assessments and more free play in our schools. Ss are best engaged through play
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Rick DuVall Mar 7
I love seeing learners of ANY age (children, YA, or adults) cooperate to solve a problem or delve into inquiry w/ a project!
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Jessica Reddout Mar 7
Cooperative projects allow S's to collaborate using their strengths & weaknesses. Each S brings a new perspective to the table
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Ms. Derenski Mar 7
I love cooperative learning- my students want to talk and move, so if I allow them the opportunity, it makes class a bit easier.
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Denise Trabilsy Mar 11
Coop Projs make Ss active participants in prep 4 real world exps. Real world exps rely on Tmwork. Coop Projs help teach Tmwork
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