Favourite Teacher Quotes & Posters From The Week (13th July)

Favourite Tweets

1.  Agree, Jena!

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2.  Very true

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3.  A3 I think we all have a bit of ‘entrepreneur’ in us as teachers.

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4.  Seeing assessment as feedback on teaching is so powerful

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5. @Makerspaces_com The tools for teaching are changing & thats good. We need to evolve. When adding #edtech, ask these questions. #samr

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Favourite Quotes

1.  want their to create their own image.

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2. : are also before they become a .

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From the Archives

1. Managing workflow with Teacher Dashboard by Hapara

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2. Search Reliability Activities For Students

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