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Math Workshop & Remote Learning

By PEBC / March 25, 2020

PEBC Staff Developer Laurie Wretling describes how teachers Shannon Arnold & Laurie Dalesio from Governor’s Ranch Elementary in Jefferson County are employing math workshop in their distance learning. “Lane’s family has a lot of toilet paper!”  My daughter laughed as she began her math Workshop for the day.  Quickly she […]

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Opportunity and Empathy in our New Learning Landscape

By Scott Murphy / March 23, 2020

This blog follows an interview with two of PEBC’s lab host teachers, Ana Mettler and Jana Durbin. Ana is completing her final year as an educator and, as she shared with me, has had to speed up her technology skills to navigate this new landscape. Jana is mid-career and at […]

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Sustaining Classroom Community amidst Uncertainty

By PEBC / March 23, 2020

As we move from our classrooms into remote learning options for the next month, I am left with feelings of anxiety. What is this going to look like? What about our students who don’t have access to food, let alone technology at home? We do not have all the answers, […]

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Tech Tools That Make an Impact!

By PEBC / March 6, 2020

In this time of COVID-19, teachers across the nation have quickly become experts at running class in virtual settings, seeking to maintain quality instruction in this new environment. Whether working synchronously or asynchronously, teachers are heroes, continuously striving to instill a love of learning in a now-different way. At the […]

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