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  • Educators on Google Wave

    413 members Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2014 If you want to connect via Google Wave, please join & leave your information!

  • Awesome Administrators

    164 members Latest Activity: Jan 28 School administrators interested in building PLNs, using technology, networking, collaborating and sharing ideas

  • Delicious Educators

    112 members Latest Activity: Jan 7 Connecting Educators who have tasty resources to share. I'm TEFLTara. Who are you?

  • Google Tools for Teachers

    253 members Latest Activity: Aug 9 Whether you're a Google pro or interested in great free tools for your classroom, this is a place for you to share and learn.

  • Restorative Practices in Schools

    8 members Latest Activity: Jan 23 Discussion around using the restorative practices framework in schools.  Questions, dialogue, experiences, all welcome.

  • Edchat

    580 members Latest Activity: Oct 21 Join this group to extend the discussion of edchat topics!

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A Key to Education Reform.

The flipped classroom, maker movement, project-based learning, blended learning, student centered learning, hour of code, collaboration, direct instruction, and lecture, there are passionate teacher advocates supporting each of these methods as the best way for kids to learn. I am sure that there are some additional methods or movements that I have not mentioned.Each of these methods to teach can be effective with many groups of students. The burning question should be however, which is the…See More
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A Key to Education Reform.

The flipped classroom, maker movement, project-based learning, blended learning, student centered learning, hour of code, collaboration, direct instruction, and lecture, there are passionate teacher advocates supporting each of these methods as the best way for kids to learn. I am sure that there are some additional methods or movements that I have not mentioned.Each of these methods to teach can be effective with many groups of students. The burning question should be however, which is the…See More
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Special Education - The Basics of an Intervention Assistance Team

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support may be referred to as an Intervention Assistance Team (IAT), a Response to Interventions Team, a Behavior Academic Assistance...
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Special Education - The Basics of an Intervention Assistance Team

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support may be referred to as an Intervention Assistance Team (IAT), a Response to Interventions Team, a Behavior Academic Assistance...
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