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Michael Sheehan

4 more (free) websites to create cool student projects online - 189 views

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    More great websites to use for student projects.
Michael Sheehan

8 (free) websites to create cool student projects online - 179 views

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    These websites are great for creating student projects.
Michael Sheehan

8 (free) websites to create cool student projects online - 4 views

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    Great websites for student projects
Michael Sheehan

4 websites for creating student projects - 196 views

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    Thinking of starting student projects? Check out these websites.
Sandie Toohey

Genius Hour - Where Passions Come Alive | Genius Hour - 67 views

shared by Sandie Toohey on 15 Nov 13 - No Cached
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    Great things can come from letting people have a Genius Hour.
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    I think I'm going to try this next school year.
Roland Gesthuizen

Hard Fun - 3 views

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    "Once I was alerted to the concept of "hard fun" I began listening for it and heard it over and over. It is expressed in many different ways, all of which all boil down to the conclusion that everyone likes hard challenging things to do. But they have to be the right things matched to the individual and to the culture of the times. These rapidly changing times challenge educators to find areas of work that are hard in the right way: they must connect with the kids and also with the areas of knowledge, skills and (don't let us forget) ethic adults will need for the future world."
Leslie Grahn

A Ticket Out the Door - 3 views

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    The power of exit tickets as a formative data collection strategy
Leslie Grahn

It's all about choices - 2 views

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    Blog about the power of choice in the classroom and the differentiation strategy of choice boards
Jennie Snyder

Teaching Students the ABCs of Resilience | Edutopia - 52 views

  • one factor supersedes the influences of genes, childhood experiences, and opportunity or wealth when it comes to resilience. In fact, according to decades of research (1), the biggest influence on resilience is something within our control. The biggest influence is our cognitive style -- the way we think.
  • Students can adjust their own cognitive style by learning about the ABCs of resilience.
  • People react differently to the same exact challenges, because between A (adversity) and C (consequence) lies the crucial letter B. Here is the more accurate model: every adversity one faces triggers beliefs about that situation, which in turn causes a reaction or consequence.
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  • The ABC model is a simple yet power tool in cultivating self-awareness -- a crucial element of resilient mindsets.
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    Renee Jain's blog post lays out a clear, simple model for understanding resilience. What makes the difference between responses to adversity (hint: our beliefs)
carmelladoty

Kids Speak Out on Student Engagement | Edutopia - 35 views

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    What students think.... and they are correct.
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    What students say engages them in the classroom.
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    Students were asked "What engages you in school?" This article discusses the results.
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