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What should teacher walk-throughs measure?

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Teacher walk-throughs are formative data collection opportunities for teachers and leaders to learn about general trends in a school. They are NOT designed

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Patrice Bucci's curator insight, July 30, 2013 7:54 PM

"Walkthroughs" should definitely focus on students...are they actively engaged? Is the work meaningful  or is it busy work? Noticing student behaviors and outputs is key.

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20 Google Docs Secrets for busy teachers and students.

20 Google Docs Secrets for busy teachers and students. | Things to read! | Scoop.it

"Today we are going to look at 20 great tips every teacher and student should be using to get the most of the collaborative learning opportunities Google Doc’s offers."


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RitaZ's curator insight, April 16, 2013 7:37 AM

for Google fans..., a feast!

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Seven social media myths busted for professionals - Economic Times

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Seven social media myths busted for professionals
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If you believe that media is only for college kids, reconsider.

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MOOC: Mathematics Learning Trajectories (MLT) Series, Course 1: Equipartitionin

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Equipartitioning provides a robust foundation for students’ conceptual understanding of division, multiplication, ratio, and fractions. We recommend this course for elementary and middle grades educators seeking a deeper understanding of students’ learning of fundamental mathematics for your own instructional practice.


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