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First NameLast NameSchool Site#EduWin #1#EduWin #2
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RitaRiquelmeEl Cajon ValleyHaving lots of students not in the A.P. class sign up and take the A.P. exam Tuesday
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AlexandraGrantGranite Hills
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GavinPrestonGranite HillsI have been having a really tough time recently with students cheating in my class, either by copying homework or cheating on quizzes. After having a serious conversation with my 6th period class about the effects of this behavior on their own lives and mine as their teacher, I received an amazing email from one of my students who had been caught cheating. He was extremely gracious and apologetic and seemed to really understand why his behavior was unethical. It was a small but powerful victory to feel like I had reached someone in this cheating epidemic.
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SeñoraGilesWest HillsProducto Mágico: A 3 step process of advertising and selling a hygiene product.
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LuisCastroMount MiguelStudents learning to talk and write about their weekend using the preterite. Las noticias - Students were able to inform the class of current events
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IreneAguilarWest HillsI had a teacher come observe me yesterday and my students we very well behaved!When my students get excited to play kahoot and show how much they have learned.
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Jesus Jimenez Granite HillsSimple presentations on a google doc or slides. Then using doctopus and rubric to grade and quickly give the students feedback. I need more practice, but I think it was much more efficient. Students liked to see other students work when they present. Now, it works with classroom.
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NoemiHerreraEl CapitanOne of the biggest educational wins from this year for me has been creating a strong rapport with my students which lead to engagement. They are enthusiastic and ready to learn everyday. On days where I notice them bored or " not feeling" my activities, I switch it up and they are open about how they feel in their feedback forms at the end of each unit. It touched me when one of students told me that he didn't like Spanish but he loved my class because I was so passionate when I taught. I felt like a beast! :)
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CarmelinaPantojaGrossmontUsing google classroom to assign work to the students and they can do it before they come to class. Reviewing material using quizlet, quizlet live and kahoot.
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AliRafensteinWest HillsEtapas de la vida project. Students did a mini project on the different stages of life. They had to use a picture of themselves or a family member to represent the special occasion that occurred during each stage. It was very fun and meaningful to have the students share their lives with the class.
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StephenGeorgeGranite HillsThe most entertaining project/presentation that my students completed was an open ended project about art, literature, and music. It was shared with me by Gavin in our department. The students really got into the project and the results were wonderful!
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MichaelWallEl CapitanI have a student who has pretty much not done anything in class all year. I brought in the chromebooks and had the class do an online project. This student worked diligently in class and turned in the complete project on time!

I did a conversational activity where students walked around the room and talked with each other. In the past, students would all gather in one corner and not really participate, but this time they did! Not sure why, but I think it has to do with the student buy in.
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OscarPadillaValhallaLesson on Stem-Changing verbs (booty verbs) was somewhat overwhelming for some students. Most students bombed the first quiz so I had to re teach the concept. Second time around was more successful and students felt more comfortable and were more engaged, ultimately performing much better on the second quiz. In the end I felt good about the whole experience.
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AzitaMahmoudiGrossmontUsing technology full force in my French classes made some incredible impacts. Because of collecting student work on google classroom, I was able to use class time more effectively on instruction and not on physically checking student work. Once students got a sense of how the entire class was going to proceed, their performance improved and the entire process went quite smoothly for the rest of the year. As a result, I was able to take students further in their study of French this year, which will effect their level next year. Using technology allowed me to work more effectively and efficiently.I was able to connect to native speakers of French via video conferencing (facebook messenger), which was an amazing experience for all involved.
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StephanieBarnesMonte VistaA student in my Spanish 2C class has become really excited about learning Spanish. She speaks to me in Spanish as much as she can, and practices outside of class as well. She shares little stories with me about when she was at the mall and understood someone's conversation, for example, and she is so excited that Spanish is "clicking" for her. :)
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MichaelPetrivelliGranite HillsI got all of my students on a website called mylanguageexchange.com
My hope was that they would eventually find someone in another country to do a skype session in Spanish (and English). Most were reluctant to try that, then I had one kid tell me that he had made contact with a couple of kids in Spain and was using skype and having a great time. That made me feel it was worthwhile. Other kids since then have also had conversations via skype and are more excited about learning Spanish.
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Jesus Jimenez Granite HillsQuizlet live works really great. Students like to compete one another.
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ClaudiaBrownIDEA CenterThe lesson was to teach direct object pronouns. As I began, I quickly learned my students had no idea what a direct object was in English. I then quickly discovered they were not sure what the subject, verb, or even predicate were in a sentence. I spent the next hour teaching basic English grammar. The next day, I began to teach the direct object pronoun lesson again and my students killed it. Not only did they understand after only a few examples, they loved, yes loved, the fact that you can combine the direct object and infinite verb when two verbs are involved. With this momentum, I decided to go ahead and step it up with the indirect object pronouns and the students turned it into a class challenge to see who could solve the sentence first by getting rid of both the direct and indirect objects with pronouns. Again they loved the two verb sentences because they thought combining the three werds was the coolest thing ever. They actually said that they now believed they were speaking Spanish.
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AloysiusObiukwuMount MiguelThis year, I was able to get a lot usually reluctant students to be more on-task and engaged in class activities. Through regular contact with the parents, they started turning in homework. The result is higher grades. I openly acknowledged them in the class, and they received an applause from the whole class. My last spoken group activity: Commander au restaurant (Ordering food and drinks at a French restaurant) was a huge success, most especially since we just returned from a trip to Paris.
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JuanNaranjoWest HillsI have integrated more technology this year and felt really good about how it has worked. Google Classroom has made my life and my students' life easier as far as communicating class information.
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