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Elisha HorbayMemberJuly 22, 2019 at 5:08 pm
You are incredibly reflective and thought out, so there isn’t much that I think you need to consider. I can’t remember if you said it or not, but the one thing that I am allowing myself this year – is it’s okay if every day isn’t the way I would like it to be! If I end up doing a worksheet, because I’m away or I just didn’t get my act in gear for that day – it’s okay!
I wrote a down a bunch of little “take away’s” – reminded me to write student reflections in an ‘I can’ format, making reflection of collaboration a part of the math reflection, I need to consider how I’ll mark and starting a google sheet with task and activity ideas to go with my expectations (standards).
We don’t go back until September 3rd, so I have some time, plus summer brain has totally set in so I’m not getting much done some days.
Looking forward to hearing more as your year begins.