Monthly Archives: September 2016

Day 12 (of 185) technology in-service reflection

Day 12 (of 185) technology in-service reflection I had the chance to spend a Monday pro-d morning with another staff that just received iPad minis for the teachers. I was brought in to give them some of my pointers. So … Continue reading

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Day 11 (of 185) guest blog from @Coop_swim “The art of teaching your child how to drive a standard car”

Our director is instruction Carl Cooper shared this reflection in our weekly newsletter. Had to share as it’s a. I’ve reflection on the role of formative descriptive feedback as part of a reflective feedback loop: The Art of Teaching Your … Continue reading

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Day 10 (of 185) Lynn Miller Anxiety in #83learns

Day 10 (of 185) Lynn Miller Anxiety in #83learns Love her opening about not assuming people are aware of what mental wellness issues look like and act like.  So far? We are doing a poor job helping the general public … Continue reading

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Day 9 (of 185) love pro-d with @leytonschnell & @tweetsomemoore

Trying to do different: tried drawing notes. It’s a work in progress….  

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Day 8 (of 185) reminder of anniversaries

Day 8 (of 185) reminder of anniversaries Last year the learning community I have joined experienced the worst of tragedies. A year later and I want to bring up the importance of being aware of “anniversaries”. While in many case … Continue reading

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Day 7 (of 185) Watershed Moments of Learning via @shareski @gcouros @chrkennedy @erringreg among others

Day 7 (of 185) Watershed Moments of Learning via @shareski & @gcouros @chrkennedy @erringreg among others     Over the past week I’ve been doing some thinking about “watershed moments of learning” – a curiosity shared out by Dean Shareski … Continue reading

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Day 6 (of 185) starting a learning commons

Day 6 (of 185) starting a learning commons Being at a K-8 school is allowing us to start some different thinking. Being a librarian, I was very happy that my older students really liked some of the pre-thinking of a … Continue reading

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