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Sean Ziebarth
I learn with my students in my English & journalism (print + broadcast) classes at FVHS in Southern California. Sketching
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Sean Ziebarth 11h
Replying to @davidtedu
I have a couple other pieces that illustrate S.Q.U.I.D.D. We need to put them all together.
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Sean Ziebarth 17h
I always look fwd to the end of the semester, because students often do some of their best work on their reflections. Check out how AiVy sketched out her reflection on a reflective surface!
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 19
If this is your idea of formative assessment, you are woefully behind the times.
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 17
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 16
Way to go students Jessie, Ashley, and Jonathan! Great work to you and your peer revisers for writing and revising your way to your wins!!!
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 15
THIS!! Proof our public-school educated children are in good hands and are learning more perspective than can hold in his.
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 15
Yes! Focus on information, manipulating it, questioning it, sharing it–productive & practical knowledge will follow AND make for a much better learning experience!
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Be A King Jan 15
As you honor my father today, please remember and honor my mother, as well. She was the architect of the King Legacy and founder of , which she founded two months after Daddy died. Without , there would be no .
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 15
Let us devote ourselves to justice.
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Tim Needles Jan 15
"Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity" words from Martin Luther King Jr that are as important & relevant now as when he wrote them in 1963. Remember the dream of - 2018
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 14
Here's a reflection on the projects my colleague and friend and I did with our students.
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 14
Replying to @MsYorksClass
A great model on how to handle homework and review what was covered in class. This is an excellent resource for students!!! Can be used for all grade levels. What if students helped create this??
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 14
A4: homework shouldn't be graded, but students should get feedback on their work immediately! Homework isn't summative (unless of course it's for a final paper/project.....)
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 14
A3b: my 11th grade English students write at home, then we review and revise collaboratively. Class time provides an audience and in-person feedback.
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 14
A3: (English/11th grade) the only real work I assign is reading and writing (although we often do a bit of both in class as well). I space it out so they're not swamped and I'm flexible in my schedule in case they have other tests/projects that overlap.
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 14
A1: My own children were frequently assigned homework beyond the 10 mins per grade level suggestion. I'd shut often shut their homework down when it got ridiculous (especially pointless coloring, word finds and crosswords)
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 13
Replying to @clonghb @HBUHSD
I missed this???? : (
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 12
Check out David Byrne's ( ) for an example of and ideas for 20% projects, genius hours, being curious, sharing, etc. etc.
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 12
Replying to @mrstomjoness
That’s gonna take some digging....
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Sean Ziebarth Jan 11
This tweet may as well read: is evolving. Can U.S. public education handle ? It's already under way: Charters, Khan, MOOCs, etc. etc. What are our PRIORITIES? Do they drive our PROCEDURES, our RESOURCES?
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