There is often a satisfaction that goes along with things coming full circle, not so in this case.
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As a Learning Support teacher, I spend most of my time supporting students with their academic work and collaborating with colleagues to support our shared students. Although I have plenty of experience collaborating on units of study, I rarely dev
I’m not in the business of handing out advice, I rarely offer advice even when people ask for it. But I couldn’t pass up this opportunity to offer future COETAILers some advice as they embark on their journey ...
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MinecraftEdu is a phenomenal tool for educators. The possibilities are endless and I am already planning how to integrate MinecraftEdu into language, mathematics and social studies units.
I found that a one hour setup before each session real
And so it would seem that we have come full circle. My very first post for COETAIL described the Long Strange Trip to my PLN. Now that we are coming to the end, its time to revisit this magical group of people who qualify me as a connected educat
Like most things in life, the development of my PLN has been a journey. Prior to joining COETAIL, I thought I was “connected.” During Course 1, we were encouraged to create accounts for various programs to broaden our connections with a globa
My Minecraft Inquiry is now well underway. I still have a lot to learn but we are definitely making progress with MinecraftEdu. I've discovered that we achieve more in Creative Mode and that border blocks help students to build in the same location.
Our school recently held its second “Dream Summit,” a weekend dedicated to reviewing and updating our strategic plan. In preparation for the event, each participant was asked to watch Tony Wagner’s keynote at Miami Dade College Convocation in
I am now ready to begin my Course 5 Coetail Project.
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My aim is for students to plan and design a new school. They will have to consider the r