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- Developing Rapport and a Supportive Climate in Your Classroom
Guest co-host Joe Dziuba shares his insight about how he fosters positive relationships with his students and builds a rapport that will last a lifetime.
- Desmos – Desmos wants to help every student learn math and love learning math. But “every student” is a lot of students so we create digital math tools and let the Internet take them to anyone who wants them.
Guest co-host Joe Dziuba shares his favorite math tool and talks about applying for the Desmos academy.
Joseph Dziuba is a passionate 4th-year educator certified in mathematics (K-12) who works diligently to meet the needs of each individual that crosses his path. His passion for teaching and learning coupled with his vision of developing a community of leaders fuels his mission of cultivating a positive school culture and climate for all students and staff, built upon ideals of excellence and high standards.
Having been dubbed a “millennial” or digital native, Mr. Dziuba keeps a steady pulse on the role of technology within education and uses this knowledge to design learning environments that help spark creativity, engage critical thinking, and most importantly, are fun to be a part of.
Mr. Dziuba has dived into the deep end of being a connected educator and has expanded his professional learning network so that he can learn as much as he can and from as many people as he can. Being connected affords him the opportunity to contribute to the organic conversations occurring in the world of education.
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ERIC CURTS – Is an Authorized Google Education Trainer and a Google Certified Innovator and has had the privilege of providing thousands of hours of training and consulting for schools and organizations all across Ohio and around the country for more than twenty years.
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