We looked inside some of the tweets by @GESatKAUST and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Being explicit about what challenges gr3 students when skateboarding in #physed. Creating levelled challenges in form of "I can" statements. Students will use green, yellow, red dot assessment strategy for next 2 weeks. @meaningfulPE @TimFletcher12 @doug_gleddie @justenoconnor
Another inspiring PYP exhibition! Congrats 5th grade students for creating awareness around issues that matter. And to their teachers who supported them every step of the way! #PYPx @GESatKAUST @CaitTeacher
Colored dot check in to see where students are at with conflict resolution strategies. Blue=Able to, Yellow=Getting there, Orange=Unable to at this point. @jamierhouse using this as reference point in Peace & Conflict unit @GESatKAUST
Taking tasks to task with Mark Church. Fortunate to have Mark lead @GESatKAUST as we continue to fine tune our ability to illuminate the thinking of our students. #tkslearns #CoT #ibpyp #PYP @ProjectZeroHGSE
Another @GESatKAUST Snack Attack to celebrate our hard working teachers and teaching assistants.
Pedagogical coordinators, like @Misti_SavShep, support and challenge teachers as we strengthen our pedagogy. Sitting in on a coaching session today, I was reminded of Jim Knight’s quote, “When teachers stop learning, so do students.” @GESatKAUST we are a community of learners.
My favorite question to ask my students about their completed work is, "What inspired you?" If the artwork truly is theirs, they should light up as they explain the iterations that their piece took and where their ideas came from. https://bit.ly/2TOr3iu @pypchat @k12artchat
We love field day @GESatKAUST
Tip for being balanced from @jmsomerville - give equal energy to learning in school as to friends, family and personal interests outside of school. He was second in the line up of our student driven guest speaker series. #learneragency @GESatKAUST @CaitTeacher