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Supporting Learning Without a Learning Support Program - Dominique Blue
Supporting Learning Without a Learning Support Program - Dominique Blue
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At its most fundamental level, transfer of learning simply means applying our past learning to a new situation.
At its most fundamental level, transfer of learning simply means applying our past learning to a new situation.
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EduMagic E50: Let's Take this Time of Need to Lead, Student Teachers!
EduMagic E50: Let's Take this Time of Need to Lead, Student Teachers!
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As a teacher I am the clasp that keeps the bracelet and its charms secure.
As a teacher I am the clasp that keeps the bracelet and its charms secure.
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Educators currently in the classroom, or those preparing to enter the field, must adapt to truly “meet the needs of all learners” in their schools.
Educators currently in the classroom, or those preparing to enter the field, must adapt to truly “meet the needs of…
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Maybe I begrudge the news anchors for thinking teaching at its best resembles a vaudeville show, but I get it: we’re all craving positivity during times like these.
Maybe I begrudge the news anchors for thinking teaching at its best resembles a vaudeville show, but I get it:…
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Thank You Teachers - Always Giving Your Best
Thank You Teachers - Always Giving Your Best
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Intelligogy The Podcast: Season 2, Episode 2: The Revolutionization of Education
Intelligogy The Podcast: Season 2, Episode 2: The Revolutionization of Education
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I was in the same school district, West Valley Yakima, Washington, for a total of 34 years including substituting and coached for 36 years in four different districts.
I was in the same school district, West Valley Yakima, Washington, for a total of 34 years including substituting and…
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Although we are in the midst of a global pandemic, things are happening so fast, sometimes I wonder, “How did we get here, how are we doing, how have we all been impacted, where are we now?”
Although we are in the midst of a global pandemic, things are happening so fast, sometimes I wonder, “How did…
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