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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 8h
The latest challenge: album couplets... pair two album titles to create a poem.
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Sean Ziebarth 17h
One of those things I’ve heard about for years, but haven’t explored yet. Love the possibilities and like you, I’d love to hear how Ts like it. Adding it to my summer exploration list. Thanks for the reminder Kevin!
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Sean Ziebarth May 23
I learned nuance from the smoky sweet flavor of al pastor.
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Sean Ziebarth May 23
FVHS touring the historic building. Our last chance before they move south.
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Sean Ziebarth May 22
Replying to @urbie
Yes! The ayes have it!
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Sean Ziebarth May 22
Thanks to my amazingly talented wife who baked a pie for my generous friend
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Sean Ziebarth May 21
Replying to @MrZiebarth
Ever since reading this article I've been haunted by this problem. I don't think I've solved anything, but I'd love to hear what others think.
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Sean Ziebarth May 19
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Sean Ziebarth May 18
This explains a lot about me. Anything I eat is a delicious taco—something yummy wrapped in more yummy. That pie? Yummy fruit wrapped in yummy crust. Cake? Yummy sponge wrapped in yummy frosting. The possibilities are endless and they all give me joy!!
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Sean Ziebarth May 17
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Sean Ziebarth May 17
Replying to @MrZiebarth
A human being unable to have a meaningful impact on the world ceases to exist.
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Sean Ziebarth May 17
We wish to exercise our powers as an end in themselves. This, Groos suggested, is what freedom is—the ability to make things up for the sake of being able to do so.
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Sean Ziebarth May 17
Infants express extraordinary happiness when they first discover their ability to cause predictable effects in the world...Groos called this “the pleasure at being the cause,” and suggested that it was the basis for play.
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Sean Ziebarth May 15
What are the politics of your classroom? Which world view are you perpetuating? Me? Every since reading 's _English Composition as a Happening_ I've tried to help students think the unthought! @aplangchat
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Sean Ziebarth May 15
Replying to @marcgosselinjr
Good to see the plural in use here. One food truck/food provider does not a successful PD lunch make!
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Sean Ziebarth May 14
I need to get to that this summer!
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Sean Ziebarth May 14
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Sean Ziebarth May 13
“In U.S. education, nonexperts tell experts what to do...They push kids to study what’s easy to measure, not what’s important to learn.”
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Sean Ziebarth May 8
A4: Format of BOLD=FLEXIBILITY. Get right down to business. No suck time. Details, differentiation as needed. Works for presenters and attendees.
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Sean Ziebarth May 6
: my contributions there have been meager for years, but there's a huge archive and my buddy Todd has been dropping gems consistently in my absence!
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