PD @ Your Fingertips: February 2014

Below is an archive of the alerts the Staff Development Department sent out during the month of February.

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Monday, February 17: If kids come 2 us from strong, healthy, functioning families it makes our job easier. If they don’t, it makes our job more impt. ~B.Colorose

Tuesday, February 18: What actions did you take today to make your students feel successful?

Wednesday, February 19: Something Every Teacher Needs – http://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/4447

Thursday, February 20: Use QR Codes to make your word walls come to life!! http://www.teachersusetech.com/2014/02/use-qr-codes-to-make-your-word-wall.html?m=1

Friday, February 21: You Matter – A TED Talk by Angela Maiers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FHdHUzRnms

Monday, February 24: The best part of teaching is that it matters. The hardest part of teaching is that every moment matters, every day.

Tuesday, February 25: What percentage of parent communication was positive this year?

Wednesday, February 26: The best questions: are open-ended, call for reflection, stimulate thinking, provoke more ?s, promote discussion & challenge preconceptions.

Thursday, February 27: 20 Collaborative Google Apps Activities For Schools – http://ditchthattextbook.com/2014/02/03/20-collaborative-google-apps-activities-for-schools/

Friday, February 28: Dr. Randy Pausch – Reprising The Last Lecture: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BODHsU3hDo4 For the full version, visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji5_MqicxSo


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