BubbleUp Take5: Problem Solving, Morale, Writing Feedback, Math + Google, and yes, a Personality Quiz
Educational Leadership just put out a great issue on problem solving. One piece, Inviting Uncertainty into the Classroom, embraces risk and offers strategies to help students work through complex problems.
An Open Letter on Teacher Morale by educator Dina Stasser is a must read for anyone and everyone who works in a school.
Edutopia featured an article by High School English Teacher, Susan Barber entitled: Making the Most of your Writing Feedback. She offers actionable tips for teachers to make the editing process more meaningful and efficient.
How the Google Suite Can Enhance Open Ended Math Exploration, an article featured in Mindshift, dives into collaborative ways to use Google in math settings. It's a must read for math teachers.
Our school has recently embraced the Positivity Project to help build and explore valuable character traits in our students and faculty. Teachers started with this survey to identify our top character strengths. It takes about 10 minutes to complete and will give you something to think about as you relate to your students and colleagues.
What are you exploring this week?
-Corey & Gretchen
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