Kelsey Fautsch
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Social Media in the Classroonm

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joel Garcia Apr 21. 10 Replies

In what ways do you use social media sites in the classroom? How do students respond?Continue

Creativity in the Classroom

Started Apr 21, 2014 0 Replies

How do you implement creativity in the classroom? Especially English.Continue

 

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Joel Garcia replied to Kelsey Fautsch's discussion Social Media in the Classroonm
"In my opinion, the safest way to use social media in the classroom is to have a closed format where you are totally in control, especially if you are working with elementary students. Google Classroom is safe and effective. Imagine proposing a…"
Apr 21
John replied to Kelsey Fautsch's discussion Social Media in the Classroonm
"There are a lot of ways of using social media in the classroom. The most practiced ones I will describe a little bit. First is giving more pieces of information than there are in books. You can find a great educational video which is not too long -…"
Mar 16

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Coon Rapids High School
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I am an English teacher who is always looking for fresh, new ideas!

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Creativity

Posted on April 21, 2014 at 5:20pm 0 Comments

I LOVE creating new lessons and implementing them into my classroom. However, I feel like I never have the time. Today I was at a staff development training session and the class was titled "Creativity = Lifelong Learning for Secondary Teachers." Sounds like a great class right? I want to implement more creativity into my classroom so my students can be successful in the work world. I was sadly mistaken. The class was a complete and utter flop. The speaker talked about his class that he…

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