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Jon Gustafson @MrGmpls Minneapolis, MN

K-6 Teacher. I write about teaching, learning and psychology https://t.co/TnOk7YhLay

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Joined Twitter 7/10/17


@DrewCoffman I’m a sucker for good violin/cello concertos https://t.co/layOpF3VPg https://t.co/WYa256Mmum For c… https://t.co/Dc3BFynyTcQ: If wealthiest college in world (endowment/student) can't do in-person safely, then how can any afford the risk?… https://t.co/xWn86BLtYP
Retweeted by Jon Gustafson @carly18 Precisely!I ❤️ naps: “There is a well-known ‘circadian dip’ in alertness in the afternoon, and our data suggest that taking… https://t.co/fZAbDyDmS7
8/8
2020
It's here! Chloé Valdary on Love & Race: https://t.co/242qlzrVvk @psychpodcast @cvaldary
Retweeted by Jon Gustafson @mandercorn HVAC and proper window ventilation is something I’m thinking a lot aboutYet I sense everyone is so overwhelmed as is, and getting to this detailed level of planning/prevention using non-p… https://t.co/7HQPJNUOr6A rational response to this challenge would be using behavioral science to better design school environments to mak… https://t.co/FsV9sgdRt5If what I see on local playgrounds and the Georgia hallway photo are any indication, I wouldn’t bet on students of… https://t.co/m9XkSiBmrx @DonaldClark Hope you’re *well* Donald 😉 Meditation (+ yoga) have been powerful practices for me but I wouldn’t f… https://t.co/Vr8vfPpdXg @david_perell Lateral Thinking with Withered Technology
8/7
2020
@karenvaites https://t.co/UjN1X0Eh4F ...And that this is now a “debate” being politicized with memes that are supp… https://t.co/AWlFu2izKw
8/5
2020
@dylanwiliam @DavidEpstein Really enjoyed this as well. Esp the discussion of match quality and kind/wicked environments.The Science of Language and Reading (SOLAR). New #OpenAccess paper in @CLTTJournal, featuring the #LanguageHousehttps://t.co/pK48KtRati
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8/4
2020
@karenvaites I still haven’t seen a response to questions around teacher absences in the case of any symptoms, wher… https://t.co/00KQisGaJP @karenvaites Yet don’t we realize how rapidly local contexts can change given super spreading events? Having less… https://t.co/6eifaSdiGk @karenvaites Seeing how schools have approached, say, curriculum implementation in past doesn’t give me a whole lot… https://t.co/BzdpE2LoOZ @karenvaites I was all for “rational” 2 months ago - then I saw how abysmal our collective response and preparednes… https://t.co/ITY6cxT5wG @douglasharris99 @anya1anya Infrastructure already built in 12 states + DC 👉 @ReadingCorps @MNReadingCorps @anya1anya @MorningEdition Few things I can’t help but wonder about: https://t.co/gxap0wQBrD https://t.co/13w3WZY5WRhttps://t.co/LeEILbAak0
8/3
2020
First ever blogpost! Do you have a spare 15 minutes? Inspired by @Mr_AlmondED's recent post, @teach_well @MrGmplshttps://t.co/KUm0veo746
Retweeted by Jon GustafsonMany teachers will be tasked with creating instructional videos in the coming semester. Here's some research on h… https://t.co/09lOV45zvX
Retweeted by Jon Gustafson @johntomsett Love your stories 😆 Glad to hear you’re ok. @MrTSci409 👍Very similar experience. Majority of my teacher trainee courses had a “unit/lesson plan” final assignme… https://t.co/gjxRxVUg6D @steph_moore Don’t mean to cause alarm! It was a very small town - all the larger franchised stations were great (C… https://t.co/G4ZaDu0s0z @steph_moore Encountered a gas station in Iowa where I was asked to *remove* my mask if I wanted to enter. @politicalgale Oh. No comment whatsoever. No interest in continuing this.
8/2
2020
Some other important questions: https://t.co/gxap0wQBrD https://t.co/13w3WZY5WRWhile working in the PR office at my university years back - I was taught to analyze and weigh complex decisions by… https://t.co/jmIO3PhrQPSports analogy: I fear many schools/districts are approaching their restart like the MLB (loose, overconfident, h… https://t.co/PeEeoiGunf @tiffany_peltier Yes yes and this by @mikehobbiss is a superb breakdown! https://t.co/yia2rj4H3c @tiffany_peltier @aeryn_thrace @benjaminheddy Bingo https://t.co/T78WrP6v3r
8/1
2020
Midwest sunrises/sunsets are magical. https://t.co/clXmUhWgD8 @effortfuleduktr @Logan_Fiorella @CogSciLearning Looks like a gem! Thanks for the tip Blake
7/30
2020
@anafabrega11 Algebra -> formulas Can’t skip that step.
7/21
2020
@CreditFlex Rolling hills (created by glaciers I believe) esp. in Clayton County Iowa. @JtuckerJames Precisely @MsJasmineMN It’s exhilarating and exhausting simultaneously! Never been outside so much in my life 👍
7/19
2020
Day 6-7: Iowa / Illinois Camped on Lake Odessa, IA then crossed into Illinois. Flat, windy, and 90 degrees. https://t.co/6ec2uWEMAP
7/17
2020
@AliceKWiggins Amazing! How long did you do it in?! @stuckinphilly1 Thanks David! Neat inspiration/reference👍Day 4-5: Iowa 🌽 Field of Dreams, rolling hills, wind at our back and calories. https://t.co/ZPjHMR5V1r
7/15
2020
Also *St. Louis, MO*Day 2 and 3: Wisconsin to Iowa. 3,000 ft elevation 😱 https://t.co/Tw6sIIkETr
7/14
2020
@PatriceBain1 Oh really! St. Louis? @JtuckerJames I bet with the elevation and mountains it’d be a massive challenge! Hope you’re well James.
7/12
2020
Day 1 of a 3-week bike tour down the Mississippi River to St Louis, MI 🚴 https://t.co/D7pSw1tD7s
7/11
2020
@andresbelloharo Thank you, Andrés! @JtuckerJames @MsJasmineMN Thanks friends 😊
7/10
2020
We talked about Hattie’s use of the term “effect sizes” in class last night and I woke up still annoyed by this rid… https://t.co/zP1Ex1hmdF
Retweeted by Jon Gustafson @ShuOmi3 @revue Excellent newsletter! Saved a bunch of links 🙏
7/7
2020
@curricteamlead Thanks Pete!
7/6
2020
@shorejaneshore Yes. Author does a v good job in 1st chapter breaking down approaches to measuring intelligence - n… https://t.co/aqfjfPCOR3 @FCDrewCampbell Honestly just cracked the book but I’ll hopefully have some better answers soon! @ryandal 🙏 @ResearchChat @TweetinChar That’s my hope at least...by being more aware of biases and heuristics I can ideally cat… https://t.co/AcRjz8i2UE @ryandal 👀 Citation? @ryandal @lcgeography A fantastic article 👏“Intelligent and educated people are less likely to learn from their mistakes...or take advice from others. And whe… https://t.co/Gdc94oMAbL
7/4
2020
@erickalenze @MsJasmineMN Never seen that before! @Kareemfarah23 Hi Kareem! Just explored this idea here: https://t.co/MupDX24fak https://t.co/XtfLyuz9h3 @CherylDurwin Thank you Cheryl! @CuttingEducati1 That’s very kind - thank you 😊 @PhonicsMom Thanks Elizabeth! @EminaMcLean Thank you! ”helpful illustrations” made my day ☺️ It’s been a major goal of mine this summer!
7/3
2020
@brendonrjones Thanks Brendon! @Tom_Needham_ Yes, do check him out! It’s quite inspiring. The way I see it, he’s mainstreaming/translating what we… https://t.co/57FA3q37Xr @jcantonw Great points James! In the book, @ScottHYoung includes intuition and experimentation as final principle… https://t.co/XIpOtVQ5Ur @joecoward @ark_pioneer @barbaraoakley @sejnowski @LHTL_MOOC You are ahead of the curve! Super impressed. I think… https://t.co/k5Tgg1p7tf @cathyrobey3 @JtuckerJames Yes! @ScottHYoung has a number of fantastic articles and ebooks as well.*New Article* "Self-directed learning is something of a mystery in education. We all want students to develop a de… https://t.co/pzv4xPrpsF @ollie_lovell @RethinkingJames @Rethinking_Kate Really enjoyed this!
7/2
2020
@RogenJH Good points. I’m interested in how it might decouple the real estate - educational opportunity blockade.… https://t.co/gijJSwnbRT
6/30
2020
Great post: "Understanding memory has serious implications for our pedagogical decision making. Without a strong… https://t.co/29vivOicWX @GarnerAndrews1 Enjoyed reading this Garner! @VictoriaTheTech 🤣
6/29
2020
@steveadcock81 ☺️ thanks!
6/28
2020
@cvaldary @MatRyanELATeach 🙌👏 @adelayedteacher Oh my. Jealous!
6/27
2020
@DTWillingham Very interesting. I’d be curious to see how close the final assessment was to the retrieval questions… https://t.co/Me2XlGag4U @ModestTeacher 💯 @rodjnaquin Yes - and as we're almost always giving our attention to something, what do we choose to *attend* to in the present! @rodjnaquin Thanks Rod! Apologies - I messed up the link 😩 Hope you and the family are well. https://t.co/w9hOyxJR81 @Real_Pman Appreciate that! I
6/26
2020
@Real_Pman @rroudt Here’s my notes! https://t.co/QJXsIJrKRU @DonaldClark Indeed. Well done @harleyrich 👏 @mikehobbiss This is fascinating. Thank you for sharing Mike ✌️ @JohnBKing @AmeriCorps AmeriCorps was the best thing that happened to me in my 20s @vivicaceres9 And we’re often most curious about things we know just enough about! https://t.co/Sx1rQSwtEB
6/25
2020
@rodjnaquin Loved that book! Highly rec’m @AsAPersonIam True! Lol have a nice day ✌️👍😊 @AsAPersonIam Those pesky platitudes.... “Learning is the residue of thought” “Everything works somewhere, nothing works everywhere” 😉 @AsAPersonIam aphorisms? @mpershan Yes. Metaphors fascinate me! Always something hidden in the language.Attention is the currency of learning. @DTWillingham @nytimes @mkonnikova Great interview here as well: https://t.co/YM7mHKwJ63 @razibkhan “Zoomers” 💀 @mpershan Perhaps. I’ll pay (and I think many others would too) for the HQ ideas if I can avoid the rage and advertising (Facebook model) @mpershan And a subscription model to filter out the trolls and calm the rage machine. I’d pay.
6/24
2020

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