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sj01332
6th grad math teacher, enthusiastic about teaching, my puppy, kayaking, and Blue Ridge!
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
no problem! Stay safe! Are we doing two more chats, or just one more?
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
everything in education seems to be a wheel, reinventing itself with every new publication!
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
A3 I wouldn't say their were "surprises" just more enlightenment on the wheel we call education!
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
yes, I think KIPP is a little extreme, but the book presents it SO negatively. Sometimes, we need those extremes.
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
page 84 "It takes a village to raise a child; it's at the village that deserves critical attention, not merely the school."
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
I had never heard of KIPP before reading this.
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
Perhaps the reason some of my Ss achieve low, is because of their available resources? Not always, but sometimes this is true!
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
I knew achievement gaps were gaps in resources, but had never thought deeply about it until reading this article.
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
A2 definitely the article about achievement gaps, and how they aren't just achievement gaps, but other gaps to!
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
when I first picked up the book, I was overwhelmed! As i'm working my way through, I'm enjoying it more and more!
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
Replying to @MichellRyebread
I'm not sure. Home? School? Peers? Society in general. Some kids look around them and only see other people with the DI.
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
Replying to @MichellRyebread
I think that over time, after multiple failures in school and out of school, they begin to think they are "less than" in all areas.
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
By the time they get to me, S with DI are acting out, which leads me to let the DI continue in them, and increases my own DI.
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
Replying to @MichellRyebread
I think S come to my classroom with it. By the time they get to 6th, they already feel "less than."
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sj01332 3 Jul 17
a1 DI is noticeable in my school. The poor kids, with un-contactable parents, who are labeled as "problems" struggle the most.
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sj01332 19 Jun 17
Ooooh thanks! That'll be helpful!
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Dylan Schulte 19 Jun 17
Maybe. I'll tag (Dr. Reidel) and she can see what awesome chat that we are doing.
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sj01332 19 Jun 17
Replying to @psychteachtammy
Ohhhh I would probably use infographic, or whichever ones looks most eye catching to you.
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Virginia Tison 19 Jun 17
Replying to @psychteachtammy
For the one that's due Wed, just normal research brief. Next week, I'm making mine look more like a magazine/brochure (examples)
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