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World Languages - Sixth Grade
  I noticed these questions require students to consider the relevance of what they are learning. I wonder how this st (More)
Shapes Become Design
This student turned her shape tracing activity into a design project. "That's me at my house on the porch.  The circle is a garden.  There's also a dragonfly." More)
Fifth Grade Student Year-End Reflection
  I noticed this student used several reflection prompts to express how he perceives his learning this year. I wonder how we as teac (More)
Singing About Explorers
I noticed these students included several important facts in their impromptu song. I wonder if they see this as a learning style and will incorporate these types of study strategies in the future. What do you notice?  What do you wonder? &nb (More)
Subtraction in Action
I noticed this young learner set up her drawn counters in a ten frame format without being asked. I wonder if this tells us anything about her number sense and organizational style. What do you notice?  What do you wonder?     More)
Snapshot of Language Learning
I noticed this learner's awareness of style and preferences in how she practices Spanish. I wonder if she applies this knowledge about herself to other areas of learning. What do you notice?  What do you wonder? More)
I noticed that this young learner is confident in his thinking about shadows and clearly communicates his understanding. I wonder how he came to think about this subject and if he spends a lot of time figuring out how things work. What do you notic (More)