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Back-to-School Routines and Tips Share

“Power comes when you make life predictable.”
~ Professor Howard H. Stevenson, (1941- present)


Back to School Image from TCEA

image from TCEA.org

 

The First Day of School for Teachers is similar to Opening Night on Broadway!
Day 2 of the new school year is very important for setting and reinforcing routines which will help students feel safe as they are invited to learn.

What are your Back-to-School Routines?

What are your Back-to-School Tips? 

 

Let’s collectively share our Back to School Routines and/or Tips! All of our Routines/Tips.

Together will create a Back to School Routine Treasure Chest!

 


Here are some Resource Links for More Information on Back to School Routines ~~ Please Share Additional Links!

Back to School Routine Ideas: https://www.organizedmom.net/back-to-school-back-to-routine/

Back to School Routine: Tips for Creating Structure
https://www.greenchildmagazine.com/back-to-school-routine/

7 Tips to Ease into a Back-to-School Routine
https://eatsmartproducts.com/knowledge-base/7-tips-to-ease-into-a-back-to-school-routine/

Two Daily Routines to Get Ready for Back-to-School
https://www.additudemag.com/morning-routine-back-to-school-schedule/

 

Image Source: http://lafayette-antiques.com/2019/08/happy-back-to-school/

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ August 13

Progress

“Of all the things that can boost emotions, motivation, and perceptions during a workday, the single most important is making progress in meaningful work. And the more frequently people experience that sense of progress, the more likely they are to be creatively productive in the long run. Whether they are trying to solve a major scientific mystery or simply produce a high-quality product or service, everyday progress — even a small win — can make all the difference in how they feel and perform.” ~Teresa M. Amabile and Steven J. Kramer, The progress principle: Using small wins to ignite joy, engagement, and creativity at work. 

 

 


Amabile, T., & Kramer, S. (2011). The progress principle: Using small wins to ignite joy, engagement, and creativity at work. Harvard Business Press.

Image source: https://conversationagent.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341c03bb53ef01b7c8205611970b-pi

 

 


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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ July 30

“One of the major advantages of project work is that it makes school more like real life. It’s an in-depth investigation of a real-world topic worthy of children’s attention and effort.”- Education researcher Sylvia Chard

 

Stay Curious

 

 

 


Source: Edutopia (2007). Why Is Project-Based Learning Important? https://www.edutopia.org/project-based-learning-guide-importance

 

 


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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ July 23

Alcott Quote

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Best Field Trip Since 1969!

The Best Field Trip Since 1969!

On this day, 52 years ago, Neil Armstrong (1930-2012) and Buzz Aldrin (born 1930) landed on the Moon in the greatest engineering accomplishment of the 20th century!

Today, just outside dusty Van Horn, Texas a small team of private citizens blasted off in the Blue Origin rocket called the Alan Shepard. The rocket was named after Alan Shepard (1923-1998), the astronaut who, in 1961 became the first American and the second man to travel into space. Ten years later, Shepard also walked on the Moon.

 

New Shepard Blue Origin Crew

Field Trips or Field Excursions have been a foundational component of educational and instructional practice . Two notable Critical Thinkers, Friedrich Froebel and John Dewey encouraged educational excursions (Woods, 1937). The Existentialist Henry David Thoreau and his brother John are considered to be the first teaching pair to include field excursions in their Concord curriculum circa 1839 (Lunsford, 2019).

 

The Blue Origin private citizens Jeff Bezos, Mercury 13 aviator Wally Funk, Mark Bezos, and Oliver Daemen became astronauts when they took an 11-minute field trip, including 3 minutes of weightlessness in the first Field Trip 66.5 miles (351, 210 feet) above Earth!

What are your thoughts on today’s flight?


Read More Here: https://www.space.com/blue-origin-jeff-bezos-first-astroanut-launch-crew

Taking a Field Trip from PBS Learning Media: https://www.pbs.org/opb/historydetectives/educators/technique-guide/taking-a-field-trip/  (Links to an external site.)Oregon Public Broadcasting,   (Links to an external site.)2014.

 

References

Lunsford, M. (2019).  Lunsford Column: The Real Value of Field Trips. Indiana News and Tribune.  https://www.newsandtribune.com/opinion/lunsford-column-the-real-value-of-field-trips/article_e4b9c688-2b37-11ea-a88c-e38452f95e29.html  (Links to an external site.)

Woods, H. (1937). A study of the origin and development of the educational excursion and field trip. https://ir.uiowa.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4940&context=etd/  (Links to an external site.)

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ July 16

Mistakes Maraboli

 

Sometimes adult learners, especially those in education do not accept assessment in the most constructive manner. It can be very difficult for those who are used to give assessment to receive assessment.

 

 

 

 


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Weekend Ed. Quote ~July 09

“Art is the window to man’s soul. Without it, he would never be able to see beyond his immediate world; nor could the world see the man within.” ~Claudia Lady Bird Johnson

Image by Helen Teague

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Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!

July 4th has fallen on a Sunday 34 times since 1776. The first July 4th Sunday was 1779 and the last was 2010, while the next will be 2027. Seward began continuously celebrating on Saturday, July 4th of 1868 and has done so 22 times on a Sunday. The bi-centennial July 4th celebration of 1976 was on a Sunday.

CSPAN rebroadcasted a May 17, 2021 Book Chat with Patrick J. O’Donnell who discussed his book, The Indispensables

Here is the link: https://www.c-span.org/video/?511872-1/the-indispensables The Indispensables

The Indispensables follows O’Donnell’s previous book, Washington’s Immortals, also an exceptional read of an important period of history.

Washingtons Immortals

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ Poetry for Independence Day

Good Night

Carl Sandburg

Many ways to spell good night. Fireworks at a pier on the Fourth of July

        spell it with red wheels and yellow spokes.

They fizz in the air, touch the water and quit.

Rockets make a trajectory of gold-and-blue

        and then go out. Railroad trains at night spell with a smokestack

        mushrooming a white pillar. Steamboats turn a curve in the Mississippi crying

        in a baritone that crosses lowland cottonfields

        to a razorback hill. It is easy to spell good night.

                                     Many ways to spell good night.

 


This poem is in the public domain. Published in Poem-a-Day by the Academy of American Poets.

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ June 25

Note that differentiation relates more to addressing students’ different phases of learning from novice to capable to proficient rather than merely providing different activities to different (groups of) students.
~John Hattie, Visible Learning for Teachers

Teague's 10Rep Learning Hattie Crayons

 

 

 

See also — Assessment and Student Success in a Differentiated Classroom, by Carol Ann Tomlinson and Tonya R. Moon, 2013
http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/108028/chapters/Differentiation@-An-Overview.aspx 

 

 


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