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Failing: Changing the context through blogging – Kidblog
“‘fail’ to mean a student’s ‘First Attempt In Learning’. When something didn’t work as they hoped, the question was quickly asked, “What could you do to improve on that design?
student goals template – Google Search
Start with goals! Find student goal templates for any age group
Document Student Growth with Portfolios – Teacher Reboot Camp
Digital portfolios are one of the most powerful ways my students take ownership of their learning and reflect on their learning journeys. Digital portfolios help students set, track
Active Listening – Communication Skills Training from MindTools.com
There are five key active listening techniques. They all help you ensure that you hear the other person, and that the other person knows you are hearing what they say.
10+ Ideas for Using Mobile Devices Offline to Motivate Learners
video capture, audio recording, image capture, notetaking
Teacher Zen! 10 #BacktoSchool Tips – Teacher Reboot Camp
Encourage learners to take part in creating their own learning environment! With IdeaPaint or butcher paper on the walls learners can post inspirational quotes or drawings. Let them design the learning
5 Lessons Learned to Create Successful Teams
For teams to work together and do their best work, there must be shared purpose and structures that support effective teamwork. This requires constant attention to ensure individual efforts align and support the vision
The Research Behind Genius Hour and Choice in the Classroom
I’m breaking the post down into four sections. The first section is how choice and inquiry-driven learning increases student engagement and achievement. The second section is success-stories
Schools Are Missing What Matters About Learning
Stimulating classroom activities are those that offer novelty, surprise, and complexity, allowing greater autonomy and student choice; they also encourage students to ask questions, question assumptions
3 steps to a data-driven PLC
Data can provide concrete evidence and valuable insights about the teaching and learning process. As such, my school uses data as an integral part of our professional learning communities (PLCs)
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