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The school year has just ended, or finishes soon, in most U.S. schools. Join us Tuesday, May 29 for the May at 8 PM Eastern time. Share and gather ideas! This month’s focus: wrapping up the school year. RT and invite friends & colleagues to join.
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Aaron Bowlin May 23
Making the most of our last days . This afternoon we played Good Witch, Bad Witch, Sandwich by Silly Sports and Goofy Games. The memories we made today will last us a lifetime!! Love my kids!!
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Kagan May 23
Celebrate Memorial Day with $10 off 59 Kagan Structures! • Order today! • Offer expires midnight of 5/30/18.
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Kagan May 22
See what this participant said about their recent Kagan Workshop(s):
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Kagan May 22
We probably all need a at this time of year! This week’s Weekly Challenge: describe how you use a and Goofy Game to alleviate stress and have fun. Share photos and videos, if possible.
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Kagan May 22
Weekly Challenge (week of May 22): Dealing with end-of-the-year stress can be overwhelming sometimes. Please share photos/videos/descriptions of engaging your students in a and Goofy Game to de-stress.
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Kagan May 21
At Kagan, we believe that ! Here is our of the week:
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Kagan May 19
Mark your calendars! Please join us Tuesday, May 29 at 8:00 PM (Eastern time) for the May
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Elia Chesnoff May 17
With a little sidewalk chalk you can create a Quiz Quiz Trade area outside your classroom.
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Kagan May 17
: "Monsters, adjectives, Kagan- Oh My! Describe your monster during Stand ⬆️ hand ⬆️ pair ⬆️ " -
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Kagan May 15
Weekly Challenge: how are you refining students’ skills at this point in the school year? What question(s) are you asking? Which Kagan structure are you using to engage all of your students?
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Kagan May 15
Relationships are always growing stronger or weaker! What are you doing to keep your student teams engaged in being respectful to each other near the end of the school year? This week’s Weekly Challenge: share how you’re at this time of the year.
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Kagan May 15
A Dozen Tools to Foster Growth Mindset and Prevent Learned Helplessness by Dr. . This Featured Article is from Kagan Issue #57!
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Kagan May 15
Please RT and share this week’s Challenge: what is a question you’re asking near the end of this school year? Which Kagan structure are you using to engage your students in sharing?
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Kagan May 15
This week’s Challenge: Please share a fun activity you’re doing with your student teams near the end of the school year. What’s your question? Which Kagan structure are you using?
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Kagan May 14
At Kagan, we believe that ! Here is our of the week:
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Kagan May 8
Teachers, we hope you are feeling honored and appreciated this (and every!) week. This week’s Challenge: please share a way that you’ve ever been honored/appreciated as a teacher by someone (student, parent, administrator, PTA, community, business partner, etc.).
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Kagan May 8
To celebrate all of our wonderful teacher followers, we’d love to hear unique ways that someone has honored you as a teacher! Please share with us for this week’s Challenge. We’re certain we’re going to be inspired during this Teacher Appreciation Week!
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Kagan May 8
Happy — for this week’s challenge, please share a unique way that someone (student? administrator? parent? PTA? community?) has ever shown appreciation to you as a teacher. Remember to tag .
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Kagan May 4
MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU & YOUR SCHOOL! If you want to celebrate Star Wars day in the classroom, Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up is a fun way to get students engaged and ready to discuss the popular saga as part of a team building activity.
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