We looked inside some of the tweets by @sciencepittstop and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Super proud of this young lady and her accomplishments in getting to the Missouri state Science Olympiad tournament. She did an awesome job and I can’t wait to see what else she’ll do in the future! ISEF, maybe?? @ClintonMoCards @CMSCardinals #sciencerocks #densitylab
PLS RT #NGSSchat—Here are links to all slides & resources from my #NSTA19 sessions Assessment https://twitter.com/philiplbell/status/1117501210335031300 … Teacher Resources https://twitter.com/philiplbell/status/1117503109507551233 … Equity&Justice https://twitter.com/philiplbell/status/1117506621444448256 … Family STEAM https://twitter.com/philiplbell/status/1117509641158766596 … Diverse Sense-Making https://twitter.com/philiplbell/status/1117511139573870592 …
When I taught middle school, I saw the need for books that bridged the gap between MG & YA. That’s why I wrote UP FOR AIR. I want to give this ARC to a middle school teacher or librarian who’s looking for upper MG books to bridge this gap. If that’s you, RT & F by 4/3 to enter!
May you and your students shine as brightly as this big star everyday! #heARTISTtalk @Bill_Huber_ @Jarrett_Lerner @MathDenisNJ @NowakRo @biologygoddess @Science4UsSays @sciencepittstop @KRScienceLady @SRMS_Science @ReneeWellsSTEAM @dailystem @mraspinall @MaireCervenak @mafost
What are you really committed to? 🎯 What do you spend most of your time on? 🕰 Do those two match up? The secret to all major change is in your daily routine...your daily commitment. 💯 @thewrightleader @hansappel094 @ShiftParadigm @NowakRo @ifireup @mkolligris
A3: Students are more engaged when they are more vested in the material. Bring in real world examples and tie assessment in to activities they enjoy. For example, I had students design a Netflix series as a summative assessment for a novel study. #engagechat
A2: I have two strategies I suggest to any new teacher I work with 1) record yourself - it’s amazing how much you don’t realize you do and 2) spend time observing as many teachers as you can - you can learn so much from everyone, both good and bad. #engagechat