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Greg McVerry

@MShu2019 That's okay the best chats occur when you ignore the Q1, Q2, Q3, and just dive deep with a few folks on some issues. less broadcasty.

Greg McVerry

Have children report on their lives. These were topics our students were researching ten years ago: http://mrmcverry.edublogs.org/internet-inquiry/ school violence was a thing before it happened to white people

Greg McVerry

A5 Take part in Black Lives Matter at School all week long: https://blacklivesmatteratschool.com/ praxis and pedagogy as action, don't just read a speech. Take action.

Greg McVerry

@EdjiNotes How is the data stored? Not so much privacy interested in the metadata of the highlights

Greg McVerry

@msenstad Think, pair, share such a classic, also wonderful way to re-engage a room if you feel them slipping

Greg McVerry

I also think we need to watch our phrasing about boosting student voice. Students have voices what we need is to remove the systems that have long silenced students, women, people of color, the disenfranchised

Greg McVerry

A4 student websites

Greg McVerry

@mrs_katiewright Yeah I have been loving short audio recordings with students. Been trying to offer that as an alternative to writing or video responses.

Greg McVerry

My first year of teaching I worked in a self contained SED middle school classroom built my entire curriculum around Civilization.

Greg McVerry

I love argumentative Vee diagrams and play-dough, you can always do cool stuff with that