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Accountable Talk Sourcebook

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The Accountable Talk Sourcebook: For Classroom Conversation that Works is a FREE resource from the Institute for Learning at the University of Pittsburgh.
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The Hour of Code - WORLDWIDE - YouTube

Last year hundreds of organizations joined together to create fun introductions to programming for all to learn. This year the goal is to get 100 million par...
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Teacher to parents: About THAT kid (the one who hits, disrupts and influences ... - The Post-Standard - syracuse.com

Teacher to parents: About THAT kid (the one who hits, disrupts and influences ... - The Post-Standard - syracuse.com | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
What a teacher bound by confidentiality can't tell other parents about the disruptive student in her class -- or what she is doing to make things better.
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Let's read it again. We all say it in our heads.

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A New Era for Student Assessment

A New Era for Student Assessment | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Standardized assessments, even when they include open-ended questions and are performance-based, only give us part of the picture of a student's readiness for college and career success.
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Connect English learners to science with online projects

Connect English learners to science with online projects | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
The COPELLS Project allows English learners to become proficient at science through cooperative online projects.
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Dear Parent: About THAT kid...

Dear Parent: About THAT kid... | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Dear Parent: I know. You're worried. Every day, your child comes home with a story about THAT kid. The one who is always hitting shoving pinching scratching maybe even biting other children. The on...
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Powerful post by Amy via #kinderchat.

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Quentin Blake: We need more disabled children in picture books

Quentin Blake: We need more disabled children in picture books | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Known for his pictures in the Roald Dahl stories, illustrator Blake focuses on inclusion in a new book.
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How 2-Gen Strategies May Help Break the Cycle of Poverty - EdCentral

How 2-Gen Strategies May Help Break the Cycle of Poverty - EdCentral | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Research has documented the impact of a parent’s education, economic stability, and overall health on a child’s trajectory.
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Play Counts: The Early Childhood Environment: What Does Yours Say?

Play Counts: The Early Childhood Environment: What Does Yours Say? | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
RT @DianeKashin1: Play Counts: The Early Childhood Environment: What Does Yours ... http://t.co/LFhkhNoCPq
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10 Magical Effects Music Has On the Mind

10 Magical Effects Music Has On the Mind | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Written by: Dr Jeremy Dean, PsyBlog Every fan of music knows the tremendous power it can have over both thoughts and emotions. Great…

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26 Perfect Read Alouds for Kindergarten

26 Perfect Read Alouds for Kindergarten | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Blog post at PragmaticMom : I was extremely fortunate to have the most amazing kindergarten teacher three times for each of my children. It's a hat trick that other mom[..]
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Bilingual pupils 'outperform their peers in noisy lessons' - Telegraph

Bilingual pupils 'outperform their peers in noisy lessons' - Telegraph | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University find that children who speak at least two languages in the home perform better than monolingual pupils at primary school
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Children 'prefer to play outdoors'

Children 'prefer to play outdoors' | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Children would rather be playing outdoors than watching television, but parents' concerns keep them indoors, a survey suggests.
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My Favorite Kind of Weather

Weather changes from day to day.  We have rainy, windy, and sunny days but not snowy ones.  Can you guess what kind of weather is our favorite?
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Number recognition and counting from 1-100 is the foundation of math.
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6 things we learned about connecting kids with nature

6 things we learned about connecting kids with nature | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Why should we help children connect to the natural world? And how can we best do so? Cathy Jordan, University of Minnesota Extension specialist and associate professor of pediatrics in the Medical ...
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Would I Want to be a Pilgrim?

Would I Want to be a Pilgrim? | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
It would be fun to be a Pilgrim for a little while. But after a few days, I think I would want to live in 2014 again.
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Mahalo for attending the Parent-Teacher Conferences this week.
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Teacher Tip: Use Your Desktop Monitors and Interactive Whiteboard as Anchor Charts

Teacher Tip: Use Your Desktop Monitors and Interactive Whiteboard as Anchor Charts | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
My students and I LOVE using our interactive whiteboard, but there are times when it's apparent that it has taken over a substantial portion of my dry erase/display area, and others when we have so many items open that scrolling through them all...
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Nov 12th: Early Childhood Astronomy

Nov 12th: Early Childhood Astronomy | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Podcaster: Nicole Gugliucci, Georgia Bracey, Alice Enevoldsen, Julia Plummer, Anna Hurst Schmit, and Jennifer L. Jipson
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Noisli - fantastic background noise and color generator ideal for working and relaxing.

Noisli is a fantastic background noise and color generator ideal for working and relaxing. Plus Text Editor for distraction-free writing.
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Helping Guest Teachers Accentuate the Positive

Helping Guest Teachers Accentuate the Positive | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Since the beginning of the year, my students have loved keeping track of their helpful, safe, and friendly behavior on a ten frame that is strategically displayed by the classroom door: Quick to show appreciation for good behavior, colleagues...
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Tapping into Your Students’ Individual Intelligences in the Classroom

Tapping into Your Students’ Individual Intelligences in the Classroom | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Howard Gardner s theory of multiple intelligences changed the world of education.
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What do ebola researchers and kindergarten teachers have in common?

What do ebola researchers and kindergarten teachers have in common? | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
It isn't exactly obvious.
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Tapping into Your Students’ Individual Intelligences in the Classroom

Tapping into Your Students’ Individual Intelligences in the Classroom | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Howard Gardner s theory of multiple intelligences changed the world of education. Before Gardner proposed that a student could have an affinity towards more than one intelligence, a student was usually put into one category that would define him for the rest of his life.
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The Race to Nowhere Starts in Early Childhood, Check This out Before Halloween

The Race to Nowhere Starts in Early Childhood, Check This out Before Halloween | Kindergarten | Scoop.it
Young children are innately creative when given the opportunity.
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