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J. June House 1m
Do you think that I’m being realistic to NOT send my kids to in person lessons this school year (2020-2021)? They have been home since March.
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Chris Wojtulewicz Nov 26
Why study philosophy ? Listen again to my chat with Fr Eamonn about , lay education, and
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Beth Kazakewich 6m
Enter to win Dash and Dot robots and accessories ! In-app learn-to-code challenges provide hours of self directed learning time.
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CLASShomeschool 8m
Free E-book Boys and Girls of Colonial Days This illustrated full-color reader teaches children about America’s colonial period through a series of delightful stories.
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Ms. Di Marino Nov 26
Why is my face full of stickers you ask? 🤣 A GREAT TOOL to promote class participation in math. Each time a student answers a question I get a sticker on my face. Must be a different student each time. I think it worked 🙌🏻👍🏻
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Alex, on the Shore 32m
I’m giving the blog thing another shot, this time with something I’m a little more suited to write about. Let me know what you think!
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Ashley Lillard Nov 24
I tried synchronously for the first time today with my 1st graders and it was AMAZING! Every child answered every question for the entire 30 minute lesson!
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Krewe of Kind 1h
It is. A lot of it hits way too close to home for our family. I really try to focus everyone in the house on what's good about it (no rushed mornings, lunch together, more time for life skills) + knowing it's not forever. Hang in there parents & caregivers💗
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Ashley Lillard Nov 24
Trying to keep my first graders on their toes, even from a distance! They never know what to expect from me!
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soundcoreindia Nov 24
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Dr. KC Testerman 53m
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Miss Anderson Nov 22
What is the worst part of teaching online? My students are cooking AMAZING dishes at home and sending me pictures of it. I want to eat all of it! I am so proud of them!
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Leonor S. de Mattos Nov 26
Today I recorded a small video for the Dean’s Awards, as one of our highest performing students has been nominated. Hope they win!🤞🏼
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Sierra Johnson Nov 25
Finished my Bitmoji Holiday Themed Classroom Gif today!! Added this as the Banner on my Google Classroom so the students can be in the holiday spirit every day!!! Notice the Elf on the Shelf?
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Mrs. McCalmont's Rm Nov 25
Once again my students have stepped it up and produced wonderful pieces of art! Here’s some of our opt-art. Amazing 3-D effects!
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Lindsey Ferguson Nov 26
The first graders spent the last few weeks preparing for on the computers. They are ready for their computers to arrive! 💻
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JP Nov 25
Signing in the before Thanksgiving... Let's go!
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kimarvidson 19h
Even virtually these ”Thankful Trees” were blooming with love!
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JP Nov 20
Today was the first time I was being observed while teaching remotely and even after teaching for 12+ years they still make me super nervous. I think that's a good thing. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Kris Szajner Nov 20
Some grounding thoughts around transitioning to 📏Be Consistent 🔗Connect resources and learning 💻Clearly share expectations 💭Be open to change 🛠Start with familiar tools Above all, know that you are trusted, supported, and able to rock this!!
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