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    Eduro Learning: Coaching as Leadership

    I know pretty much straight away who at my school would be a good candidate for me to coach during the next few weeks (and beyond). I chose a new member of our Year 3 team Sara. She is new to teaching PYP and since joining our school in September has
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    Differentiation- The most complex basic

    Hi, My final project for COETAIL has not been going completely to plan for several reasons, but the main one has been a upcoming school inspection. In the previous inspection, my school was noted for an inconsistency in teaching practices am
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    The New & Improved Trapper Keeper

    [caption id="attachment_183" align="alignleft" width="300"] Brian Schlosser via FlickrAll Rights Reserved[/caption] The Laptop. Once upon a time, it was only for the rich kids or those whose parents were somehow connected to the tech industry. I r
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    Confusion and Indecision

    flickr photo shared by Virtual EyeSee under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license So it's the end of course 4 and time to think about the Course 5 project! I kind of can't believe we have reached this stage already, seems like my COETAIL journey ha
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    Tech Toolbox

    Background & Brainstorming Throughout the school year, I have explored many apps with my students.  For many projects, I chose a new app for us to explore that I felt best fit with the task.  However, I was always supportive if students want
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    Uncharted territory

    Hi, "Kids these days!!" flickr photo shared by *Psyche Delia* under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC ) license Kids these days are the same as they ever were, annoying yes, frustrating, yes but amazingly creative, open minded and positive about
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    Transforming a Task with Tech

    As teachers, we do a lot of great things with our students, but sometimes we need to stop doing great things in order to do better things. My Author Study Routine This is how I usually carry out author studies with my Beginner English as an
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    Messing around with ASAs

    This term I hosted an After School Activity (ASA) called "Messing Around with Tech" for grades 4 and 5 for 6 weeks. Not having my own class, I decided I would really like to see how kids mess around with technology and an ASA seemed the best option.