On August 4, my Twitter time line blew up with tweets from the Garland ISD Fundamental 5 Camp.  Today I’m sharing the tweets the were inspired from Amy Henderson’s, Frame the Lesson, breakout sessions.

“When the teacher frames the lesson, he/she teaches deeper and stronger — RIGOR… (By @tbrown6567)

If we don’t close the lesson we are leaving retention on the table. (By @rdscroggin)  

A major aspect of monitoring and adjusting is monitoring and adjusting SELF! (By @tbrown6567)

Lesson framing provides focus and expectations for the student and teacher. (By @tbrown6567)

Framing requires teacher clarity on lesson purpose and outcomes. (By @charboknows)

True learning is messy…. Practice doesn’t make perfect, it makes it permanent. (By @Hollnwall)

@OCTHenderson, Outstanding presentation! Framing the Lesson provides students an opportunity to self-manage their learning! (By @wells_jovan)

We draw attention to what is important. Frame your lesson! (By @charboknows)

“When I frame the lesson, I am clear about exactly what I want my students to come away with THAT DAY!” A. Henderson (By @Honeytres)

Next up… Recognize & Reinforce

Think. Work. Achieve. Your turn…

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