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Posted by afink43 | 12 July 2019 | cic
5-WAYS TO DIFFERENTIATE INSTRUCTION/CURRICULUM

Here are 5-Ways to Differentiate Instruction/Curriculum. If you hover over the underlined words, you will see documents attached that explain the process of each differentiation type. Happy learning!   Learning Centers/Stations – Organize learning based on different learning centers/stations (video, reading, acting, listening). Stations not only allow students to move around the classroom, channeling their energy into a productive...

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Posted by afink43 | 12 July 2019 | cic
MINDFULNESS IN THE CLASSROOM: ADDING IT TO THE CURRICULUM

When the alarm goes off, are you jumping out of bed, thinking about the many things you have to do for the day? OR…are you able to take a moment and say, “I am alive, I am still breathing, life is good!” Mindfulness can be defined by: being aware of our surroundings, feelings, emotions and...

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Posted by afink43 | 12 July 2019 | cic
WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT TEACHING?

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I thought I would consider the love each of us has for teaching and how it relates to the curriculum. “Love is basic to the learning that takes place to fulfill human needs,” (Lack, 1969, p 1). It was once thought that all aspects of health dictated the focus...

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Posted by afink43 | 12 July 2019 | cic
GRIT, RESILIENCE, AND CURRICULUM

How do we incorporate grit and resilience into the curriculum? Friday I spent time with several different teachers in the profession who freely discussed how we might incorporate grit and resilience into our curriculum to help students prepare for the real world. While there were many suggestions, I have found myself really thinking through this...

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Posted by afink43 | 12 July 2019 | cic
VULNERABILITY AND CURRICULUM

“Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome,” Brene Brown. Vulnerability is our greatest measure of courage. In our daily work as teachers, we have to be vulnerable everyday! We become vulnerable when we learn more about our student’s...

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Posted by afink43 | 12 July 2019 | cic
POSITIVITY AND CURRICULUM

As Spring approaches, it is time regain the positivity we had at the beginning of the year within our classrooms and curriculum. Positive classrooms work together more effectively. They stay positive, connected, and committed through challenges. They maximize each other’s talent. They believe together and achieve more together. They feel safe, engaged, connected and supported....

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Posted by afink43 | 12 July 2019 | cic
THE PROCESS AND RELENTLESS TRUST IN YOUR CURRICULUM

Have you ever had the fear that you are going to put your curriculum in front of your administrator and after all of your hard work it’s a complete failure? Have you ever designed a lesson for your students you think is the “bomb,” and it falls flat? Sometimes all we can do as teachers...

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