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finkenra

Bloomboard | Resources, Credentials, & Community for Teachers - 52 views

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    A website to grow your own teaching, with resource and videos.
Nigel Coutts

The Power of Teams - The Learner's Way - 31 views

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    Sometimes it is worth stating the obvious, giving time and thought to what we easily take for granted. In doing so we name the things we value most and give them the value they deserve. The value of teams is one such ideal, we know that teams have value, we probably even know what it feels like to be a part of a great team but too often we take this feeling as understood and don't stop to consider what makes it worth chasing.
Teresa Ilgunas

Free Technology for Teachers: 5 Things We Can do to Prepare Students to Work Independently - 171 views

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    "Stop and think, can these tools help my students learn, work, and thrive in a constantly changing world?"
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Reasons why teachers leave the profession & what they do next - UKEdChat.com - 60 views

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    Workload and Bullying Main Reasons for Teachers Leaving the Profession

    A survey and interviews commissioned by UKEdChat.Com has revealed the main reasons why teachers are leaving the profession, and the careers they move onto once they have made th…
Julie Golden

Where have all the teachers gone? - 93 views

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started by Julie Golden on 11 Sep 15 no follow-up yet
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UKEdChat 2015 Twitter Use Survey - 13 views

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    UKEdChat exploring how educators are using Social Media to improve learning experiences within their classrooms.
Sharin Tebo

Making the Most Out of Teacher Collaboration | Edutopia - 42 views

  • Collaboration
  • collaborate
    • Build relationships
    • Observe the best
    • Ask questions
    • Share
    • Come prepared
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  • the attitude of professional privacy is not conducive to professional development
  • effective teacher collaboration
  • teachers, when it comes to their performance in the classroom, tend to stick to themselves.
  • develop a list of "how to" and "why for" questions regarding student data, instruction, discipline, etc.
  • bring my list of questions pertinent to the agenda in order to pick the groups' collective brain for answers.
  • one of the reasons that schools do not improve as fast as we would like them to is that when teachers get together for a purpose, rarely has research been done by the teachers, neither have ideas been mapped out prior to the meeting.
  • preparation sparks much deeper conversation, more complete answers and better solutions. For informal collaborations, before I attempted to try out any new idea, I would ask one of my esteemed colleagues what they thought of it. In terms of assessments, the easiest way to improve the validity of the assessment is to have a colleague or group of colleagues review it.
  • Personal Steps to Effective Collaboration
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    Collaboration: Build relationships, observe the best, ask questions, share, come prepared
Randy Schultz

The 4 Properties of Powerful Teachers - Advice - The Chronicle of Higher Education - 63 views

  • Great teachers tend to be good-natured and approachable, as opposed to sour or foreboding; professional without being aloof; funny (even if they’re not stand-up comedians), perhaps because they don’t take themselves or their subject matter too seriously; demanding without being unkind; comfortable in their own skin (without being in love with the sound of their own voices); natural (they make teaching look easy even though we all know it isn’t); and tremendously creative, and always willing to entertain new ideas or try new things, sometimes even on the fly.
  • Passion. Of all the qualities that characterize great teachers, this is the most important, by far.
  • Don’t think, by the way, that students don’t pick up on the disdain. They absolutely do. And my experience with evaluating faculty members over the years suggests that the teachers who are most widely disliked are the ones who most dislike students.
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