Use these words for some interesting reflective practice?! best words ever
This idea comes from Kinsley, a facilitator at Peace Learning Center. Choose an object, either real or imaginary and take turns ‘throwing’ and ‘catching’ it in Zoom or some other platform where all can be seen. For example, pass the imaginary basketball to designate who will speak next – it is helpful to ask, “Who’s […]
Thanks to Kassie, a current student in the Tribes BOC (Basic Online Course), this video not only communicates ‘Mutual Respect’, but also the timeliness of online learning. Kassies teaches at the CornerStone School.
This comes from Megan in Budapest, Hungary. Her school, Happy Kids, has been closed for 5 weeks, but Megan continues to find a way to stay connected and help her students and families do the same. Here is her plan for a Zoom meeting with 10 people at a time (mom’s and kids): Greetings […]
Part of our Transformative Learning Alliance, check out this resource from HEART: Coronavirus Outbreak: Free Resources for Parents and Teachers
Everyday Circles: Easy and Every Day See how you can use this SEL-based curriculum for your remote and virtual learning adventures during this time of school closure. https://tribes.com/blogposts/get-everyday-circles-cards-now/
Alphabet game https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS1J-2QYB-Q&list=PLuEb7n5QyaKVxwjZHAAUNXCeAE99vt0TY&index=5 This can also be used to review math facts.
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Happy New Decade! Here are some words for 2020 I found on Facebook: what one practices, one becomes very good at. I see a creative writing assignment here…or at least a community circle topic.
Cindy Robinson, Tribes trainer and passionate educator, has formed her own company and you can visit her website here. Get resources, watch Cindy in action, PD in your pajamas, and more! This is a keeper.