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18/180 Quiz Day

All classes were quizzing today, but we had some professional time after school to discuss how the students we teach become successful (in life, not just on paper) when they leave high school.

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29/180 Think like a scientist

One of the things I like about sketch noting is that it helps make things “stick” a bit better in my memory.

One thing that really resonated from the talk Dr. Eugina Etkina gave this summer that really resonates with me this year is about questioning. Making sure that the questions I ask in class are in reference to what they already know to help them move forward, instead of asking leading questions that work from our (teacher’s) experience. It’s a subtle difference, but one I try to work on every day.¬†29:180

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