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8th grade students serve as positive peer models by providing dignified social opportunities for students with social needs.

8th grade students serve as positive peer models by providing dignified social opportunities for students with social needs.

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Thank you so much for connecting on the phone yesterday to provide some coaching! It was really helpful to collaborate and receive feedback. Please check out the updates here and let me know what you think. (Beth)

The best sub plan is genius hour

The best sub plan is genius hour

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Focused coaching at critical moments – provided encouragement and a structure for refining the idea. Introduced me to design thinking, and later The Teachers Guild.

Learning takes us to new places when we immerse ourselves in experiences that challenge us to see through a different lens.

Learning takes us to new places when we immerse ourselves in experiences that challenge us to see through a different lens.

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Excited to have you join our team! Feel free to edit the doc!

A collection of experts that can be called upon when needed.  Scaling from your local community to a global community. It's a click away.

A collection of experts that can be called upon when needed. Scaling from your local community to a global community. It's a click away.

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Eliminate furniture, utilize dead space, make desks mobile and displays at student level.

Eliminate furniture, utilize dead space, make desks mobile and displays at student level.

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Change the "filled-in" aspect of the start of school by purposefully creating blankness to prompt creativity and calm.

Change the "filled-in" aspect of the start of school by purposefully creating blankness to prompt creativity and calm.

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What if we had large, visible whiteboards to receive feedforward from colleagues about big ideas we are trying in our classrooms/schools?

What if we had large, visible whiteboards to receive feedforward from colleagues about big ideas we are trying in our classrooms/schools?

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From Silos to Collaboration: The idea is to have a useful method of supporting collaboration across all the teachers....

From Silos to Collaboration: The idea is to have a useful method of supporting collaboration across all the teachers....

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Michael commented on Be-A-Buddy Reverse Inclusion Progam

Check out our google doc. We would love you feedback!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J2sLwnWSpji3xMhLP9s-SQUqg78BzLlleMfo7oaukvk/edit

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Michael commented on Seven Norms of Collaboration

Awesome! Thank you for clarifying. I'd love to flesh this idea out with you in more detail. I am especially curious about how students are formulating their perspective without making assumptions. Might be a way to create norms or protocols around empathizing with a peer. Or maybe you have already done this. Excited to work on this with you.

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Michael commented on Video Pen Pals

Awesome! I see you are in New York. I teach at Riverdale on the edge of the Bronx. We are planning a Teachers Guild brainstorm session next week at Scarsdale High School. Are you interested? I'd love to work on this idea further with you.