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Advice for New Teachers that should be shared...

Advice for New Teachers that should be shared...

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Hi All! Join me in sharing your thoughts on this form for a good friend and supporter of New Teachers, Steven Anderson @web20classroom on Twitter. https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dHE1ZTRuTVNtcUZJeV94REp... I greatly appreciate it! Cheers! ~Lisa

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Darcie Smith
Elementary school teacher from Reno, Nevada

Teach to the "Ah Ha!" moment, and skills will blossom as the child is ready to learn. Teaching skills to children who are not yet ready, only is memorization, and thus forgotten within a short time. Real learning lasts forever.

So look for what they are using but confusing, and make that your small victory for the day.

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Lisa Dabbs
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[quote]Teach to the "Ah Ha!" moment, and skills will blossom as the child is ready to learn. Teaching skills to children who are not yet ready, only is memorization, and thus forgotten within a short time. Real learning lasts forever.

So look for what they are using but confusing, and make that your small victory for the day.[/quote]

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