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grit is frequently, and wrongfully, conflated with compliance (e.g., completing homework assignments, paying attention in class, or taking standardized tests seriously.)
d?'" said Larissa Pahomov, an English teacher at Science Leadership Academy, the magnet high school in Philadelphia that hosts the annual conference.
"If you just push the idea of grit, you avoid a conversation about, 'To what en
schools and districts should focus on creating an environment of
"abundance," especially for students of color and children from circumstances of poverty.
"The attitude is that if a child feels [he or she] can't be in class, it's probably for a reason, and we can help them, rather than say, 'The kid has to be miserable and get through it,
"Sure, I want kids who are resilient," she said. "I also want children who feel safe in school, who feel their teachers are looking out for them, and who believe schools are providing them with flexibility and opportunity versus telling them to pull themselves out of poverty by their bootstraps."
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It's a simple way to get students to creating in your classroom and #appsmashing. I wanted to create a set of my own geared towards using the iPad to create, so I created two types of die for my set (and other sets I created and gave out to our te...
Plagiarism is a serious offense, but it can be hard to determine if you've actually plagiarized or not. This flow chart helps you determine if you've plagiarized, and explains the severity of each type of violation. via Pocket
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Adjectives in Spanish
Most adjectives in Spanish change with the gender and number of the noun they refer to. For example, vestido is masculine, so you say el vestido es bonito (the dress is pretty). For niñas, it becomes las niñas son bonitas.Dismiss
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