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  1. Aug 2020
    1. By inviting students to consider ways they can troubleshoot, the teacher not only gives them the time and space to find creative solutions, but also increases their sense of agency over their own challenges.

      turns rule following to the classroom community rather than teacher as only

    2. Peter Johnston’s Choice Words: How Our Language Affects Children’s Learning and Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish’s How to Talk so Kids Can Learn,

      books to read

    3. shaping students’ self-perception as good kids and problem-solvers, sending the message that their classroom is a respectful place, and fostering a climate where students actively participate in their learning, rather than simply complying with a teacher’s demands.  

      children as autonomous beings rather than containers for knowledge

    1. read or listen to podcast)

      If we choose to listen to the podcast, do we also need to go in and annotate the reading as well?

    2. Keep record of the strengths and revisionson the lesson plan.

      Could this be done on the same document we use to plan our lesson, would you prefer it separate, or is it up to the group?

    3. (“What can I learn from this? How can I use this to inform the teaching I’ll do tomorrow?”)

      Another question I like to use is "Where do/can I see this within the classroom?