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Lyne Kohut
FSL Learning Partner and Teacher at the Ottawa Catholic School Board
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Simone Rose-Oliver Jul 19
Par , par , par . Voilà pourquoi je porte le masque 😷 MT
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Amélie Roy Jul 30
French online magazines for children and teens.📲 💻 Et c'est gratuit!
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Julian Daher Aug 3
We are so thrilled 2 offer this virtual PD session & dig deeper on how the curriculum in which Ss engage should positively reflect the identity of each and every learner! Register on ATE and join & I on Mon. Aug 17 at 12:30 PM!
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Alexa de Jourdan Aug 3
✋🏻 You do NOT want to miss this!! Join & I virtually Monday Aug. 17th 12:30 as we explore how to create adaptive, inclusive, engaging & accessible tasks that celebrate EVERY learner in your classroom! Register now on ATE!
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Lyne Kohut Aug 4
Rescue dogs waiting months in shelters to fly!
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MindShift Jul 25
The authors of Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You promise that, "this is not a history book." Instead, they say, it's a book that mixes past with present — in a way that young adults can relate to.
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Tom D'Amico Jul 26
Supporting Marginalized Students in Stressful Times: Tips for Educators via NASP
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Brian Aspinall Jul 26
Your students’ mental health is way more important than their grades.
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ONTSanté Jun 26
Les cercles sociaux permettent les contacts étroits avec les mêmes 10 personnes qui forment votre cercle. Les rencontres sociales peuvent regrouper jusqu’à 10 personnes qui conservent la distanciation physique.
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Lyne Kohut Jul 25
The early bird gets the worm! And she did!! A beautiful day and an open road for a first walk 10 K ✅ Enjoying nature at its best I wish those 🍐 were a little bigger!!
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Brian Aspinall Jul 25
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Brian Aspinall Jul 25
The volume of a classroom should never be an indicator of the quality of the teacher. Loud classrooms are not necessarily managed poorly and quiet ones don’t always mean students are engaged. It’s about accountable talk. Give yourself a listen before judging.
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A Kids' Guide Canada Jul 24
Cdn Tchrs: DO NOT READ THIS NOW! It's too soon to even THINK about planning for September in Canada yet! But bookmark for future reading when you've heard your local decision (temporary of course) & you're truly ready to start creating a learning plan for your class. NOT now!!!
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Brian Aspinall Jul 24
If we don’t focus on empathy and relationships, any return to school plan is a failure.
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Alice Keeler Jul 24
One thing I love about students doing work in is I can easily drag Bitmoji onto the slide for feedback.
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CNN Jul 25
Dark chocolate's benefits continue to pour in, especially as a heart-healthy option. But, as in all things, moderation is key. Chocolate is chock-full of antioxidants that help reduce inflammation, improve blood flow and boost mood and concentration.
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edutopia Jul 24
When students take primary sources and turn them into creative projects, they engage deeply with historical events.
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edutopia Jul 24
Here's a fun way to get to know your students. The link prompts you to make a copy of the editable slides your students can use.
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Tom D'Amico Jul 24
You asked, we answered! | Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada answer kids questions about COVID-19
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Brian Aspinall Jul 24
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