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  • August 2, 2022

Dear Marlen: I am amazed how you were able to relate your proposal to the professional development of the teacher, and then transfer that knowledge to teach the students in restoractive circles. In the meeting you mention that the Habits of Mind principles will be the main objective to develop...

Dear Emily, Thank you for your comments on my proposal, but after thinking about the unit, I noticed that is loaded with objectives that can not be reached in 90 minutes. I am applying one of the Habits of Mind that implies accuracy. I love the Habits of mind concepts....

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Jayden: Description of a Child View Comment
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  • July 29, 2022

Dear Claudia, I am Fascinated of reading the details about Ayden's description because you  gave a clear explanation with details that guided me to improve how to write a child’s description.   One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: Teachers try to assist him with relaxing his body and...

Dear Emely I am excited to read your child description given in your post about Amelia because it showed  a few strategies on how to  write  a description of a child. I noticed the physical description followed by the behavior in class. You followed it by giving the emotional and...

Dear Emely I am exacted of reading your child description giving in you post about Amelia because it showed  a few strategies on how to  write  a description of a child. I noticed you the physical description followed by the behavior in class. You followed it by giving the emotional and strength...

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Three Habits Important to Me! View Comment
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  • July 20, 2022

Dear Jennifer, I really enjoyed reading your post. “Three Habits Important to Me!” One sentence that stands out to me is, “Asking questions is essential to understanding because it helps us process what we are engaged with, such as a text, and actively participate in understanding it.” Which I agree...

I really enjoy reading your post “Computational Thinking NOT Robots”, because as you mention “Young children can use their computational thinking across different content areas and everyday contexts that do not require the use of a computer.” Children are able to use their prior learning skills that they learn...

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