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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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Magdalena Silva Apr 30
We are counting down the days until Kagan is here in Dallas!
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Kagan May 22
UPDATE: We will no longer be doing the monthly , but with this change we are happy to announce we have a surprise coming your way following summer!
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Kagan May 14
Check out Dr. Kagan’s article on tools to foster a growth mindset. Share your ideas.
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Kagan May 10
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Kagan May 7
Weekly Challenge time! What is your favorite timed Kagan structure?
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Kagan May 7
Replying to @PrincipalKAmaya
All e-books are included!!
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Kagan May 7
Thank you teachers for all that you do, Kagan really appreciates you!
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Kagan May 6
Happy Teacher Appreciation! 50% off ALL Kagan Books & eBooks →
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Kagan Apr 30
We look forward to seeing everyone for May’s ! 8 PM Eastern Tuesday, May 28.
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Kagan Apr 30
Thanks for joining us tonight! Also, thanks to everyone who posted on for our Weekly Challenges. This month’s random winner of Numbered Heads Together software is Karen Amaya , principal of Vista Middle in Los Angeles, CA.
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Evan Markowitz Apr 30
Replying to @KaganOnline
A6 Showdown is another popular structure at our school. Great way to review content leading up to tests throughout the year and state tests. Our 5th grade teams uses it for Science, Math, and Reading/ELA review as part of our countdown process, one of many tools!
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Shingle Creek OCPS Apr 30
A6 showdown is a great way to review! Teachers can pull a small group while other rotations are using showdown. The answer is there which allows the teacher to be strategic and students that need intensive help
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Kagan Apr 30
Bonus Question: let’s get our minds set for May. See image below...
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Kagan Apr 30
We are so happy that you’re eliciting positive emotions with cheers and celebrations!
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Kagan Apr 30
We’ve loved the ideas everyone has shared tonight! The fun Bonus Question will appear in just a minute...
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Desiree Siegel Apr 30
Replying to @KaganOnline
A6: We. LOVE. Showdown! ❤️ I use task cards in small groups with an answer key for the Captain. Students have practiced and perfected the structure and are able to use it to review previously taught content with their teams!
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Kagan Apr 30
Absolutely! Find-the-Fiction is a powerful structure with academic content. Have a go at it soon and share what happens please. Be sure to tag in your tweet!
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Desiree Siegel Apr 30
Replying to @KaganOnline
A5: Numbered Heads Together is one of the best structures for student ownership! Not only must teams come to consensus on an answer but they must also ensure equal participation and accountability. You never know who Ms. Siegel will call on to share?!
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Kagan Apr 30
Here is Question 6: Share ideas for ways you’ve used the @Kaganonlne structure Showdown. Include A6 and in your response.
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Kagan Apr 30
This hour is passing so quickly! Question 6 will show up in just one minute!
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