Comments for Investigating Choice Time: Inquiry, Exploration, and Play http://investigatingchoicetime.com by: Renée Dinnerstein Sat, 27 Aug 2016 00:25:45 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Revisiting “Camping Out” by Renee http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/revisiting-camping-out/#comment-125733 Sat, 27 Aug 2016 00:25:45 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1808#comment-125733 Thank you Amy. Ditto!
Renee

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Comment on The Classroom Speaks: Getting the room set up by Shawna Coppola http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/the-classroom-speaks-getting-the-room-set-up/#comment-125731 Fri, 26 Aug 2016 12:14:38 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1797#comment-125731 This is a fantastic post, Renee, and thank you for offering a sneak peek of your book (that I’m SO excited to read!!). I, too, would love to hear from Susan about how the inquiry goes with her 4th & 5th graders. I wrote about that on my blog this summer (https://mysocalledliteracylife.com/2016/07/22/your-first-inquiry-design-a-collaborative-learning-space/) about classroom design as inquiry, but as a literacy specialist without my own classroom, I am forced to live vicariously through others!

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Comment on The Teacher You Want To Be by The Art of Coaching – Zen Goals and Dreams http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2015/09/the-teacher-you-want-to-be/#comment-125730 Fri, 26 Aug 2016 12:13:26 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1569#comment-125730 […] Here, author Renee Dinnerstein explores the nine belief statements: […]

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Comment on Revisiting “Camping Out” by Your Heinemann Link Round-Up for August 21–27 - Heinemann http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/revisiting-camping-out/#comment-125729 Fri, 26 Aug 2016 11:20:32 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1808#comment-125729 […] Click through to read the full post […]

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Comment on Revisiting “Camping Out” by Amy Binin http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/revisiting-camping-out/#comment-125728 Fri, 26 Aug 2016 03:53:57 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1808#comment-125728 You are always an inspiration!!

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Comment on Revisiting “Camping Out” by Renee http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/revisiting-camping-out/#comment-125726 Thu, 25 Aug 2016 21:02:19 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1808#comment-125726 Thank you Joan. I certainly miss my classroom and my students!

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Comment on Revisiting “Camping Out” by Joan Kramer http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/revisiting-camping-out/#comment-125725 Thu, 25 Aug 2016 19:47:34 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1808#comment-125725 How glorious!! What a wonderful classroom!!

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Comment on The Classroom Speaks: Getting the room set up by Recognizing and Honoring the Many Forms of Play - Heinemann http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/the-classroom-speaks-getting-the-room-set-up/#comment-125716 Tue, 23 Aug 2016 17:19:43 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1797#comment-125716 […] And follow Renée Dinnerstein's blog "Investigating Choice Time." Read her post sampling the second chapter of her new book. […]

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Comment on The Classroom Speaks: Getting the room set up by Renee http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/the-classroom-speaks-getting-the-room-set-up/#comment-125699 Fri, 19 Aug 2016 18:46:23 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1797#comment-125699 Hello Claudia

You are so right! Thank you for your input.
Renee

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Comment on The Classroom Speaks: Getting the room set up by Claudia http://investigatingchoicetime.com/2016/08/the-classroom-speaks-getting-the-room-set-up/#comment-125693 Fri, 19 Aug 2016 10:02:53 +0000 http://investigatingchoicetime.com/?p=1797#comment-125693 The physical layout of the classroom speaks volumes about one’s philosophy of teaching. It not only creates opportunities for learning it sets expectations for learning/inquiry/behavior. Physical layout sends a message to students about ownership, independence and most importantly who should be doing the thinking. Physical layout isn’t a matter of decor, it is integral to the “zeitgeist” of the classroom. Thanks for highlighting this important topic.

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