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EdChat News Tuesday, March 27 Passion, Strong sense, Station rotation model & more…

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  • Why Do Some Educators Burn Out While Others Seem to Grow More Passionate?
    • I’m really interested in know where passion comes from. And that’s because I can’t think of a single passionate educator who doesn’t make a greater impact for kids. And on the other hand, I can’t think of a single educator who seems burned out who can still be their very…
    • passion, strong sense, passionate educators, people, things
  • Station Rotation Model: Grouping Strategies
    • Station Rotation Model, students, Station Rotation Lesson, group lesson model, multiple grouping strategies
  • Teaching digital citizenship with picture story books
    • Teaching digital citizenship in a meaningful way can be daunting. These picture books illustrate important concepts beautifully.
    • digital citizenship, Big Bad Wolf, Curricula worldwide mandate, highly important topic, picture story books

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Why Do Some Educators Burn Out While Others Seem to Grow More Passionate?

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  • And on the other hand, I can’t think of a single educator who seems burned out who is still able to be their very best for kids.
  • We are able to translate that passion into commitment and do hard things, really hard things to get the most out of our abilities.
  • The share and connect with other passionate educators.
  • If you are around passionate educators and connect with them, you will likely feel your passion growing stronger also.
  • On the other hand, if you are consistently around people who are negative and who lack energy, you will start to feel that way too.

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Station Rotation Model: Grouping Strategies

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  • This model is an easier shift for elementary teachers who are already use learning stations with students.
  • Most of us are still be trained to teach using a whole group lesson model, so reimagining a lesson to rotate students through a series of stations feels daunting.
  • It makes it possible for secondary teachers to: – – When I train teachers on the Station Rotation Model, they are quick to ask how I group my students.
  • If I am focusing on writing thesis statementsin my teacher-led station, then I will break students up by writing level so I can tailor my instruction and scaffolding to each group.
  • Hopefully, these simple strategies will help teachers using the Station Rotation Model to think about how they are grouping students.

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Teaching digital citizenship with picture story books

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  • Curricula worldwide mandate the need to teach students about digital citizenship, yet many teachers find it quite daunting to teach their students these vital skills to ensure their safety in online spaces.
  • See The Fabulous Friend Machine on Amazon – – Educates students about sharing photos and videos online, interacting with unknown people, and finding the balance of when to switch devices off A range of short stories that incorporate Augmented Reality, via the Zapper app, to engage students.
  • See The Internet is Like a Puddle on Amazon – – Educates students that there is much more to life than playing games online Charlie loves playing computer games.
  • See When Charlie McButton Lost Power on Amazon – – Once Upon a Time Online by David Bedford – – Educates students to seek permission from an adult before interacting online The fairytales we all love are altered when Jack finds a laptop and connects to the internet.
  • See Once Upon a Time Online on Amazon – – Educates students to seek permission when online shopping, talking to unknown friends, and sharing photos.

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