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kate gerson
Working for equity in the details of teaching & learning. Teacher & principal by trade. Survivor & Single Mama. founder & ceo. She |her | hers
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kate gerson Feb 14
Look around you today, white people. Take responsibility for the growth & evolution of people who look like you. It is for us to name micro-aggressions when we see them. It is for us to say you wouldn’t be treating her like that or making assumptions about her if she were white.
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Kelly Schofield Feb 14
Justice lies in the intersection of our expectations & practice. -
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karinlynn Feb 12
You must do the intellectual preparation to implement a quality standards-aligned curriculum. When you break apart the curriculum and adapt tasks, you chance undoing alignment. Spend your time crafting your lesson not changing aligned materials.
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Dionne Aminata Samb Feb 12
We came to push educators to deep-dive into the intersection between standards, content, and equitable instruction...AND represent. Yes, Mariama Sesay-St. Paul!
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Jonathan Bolding Feb 12
“We Ss Ts are miners of knowledge and that knowledge is our vibranium!” As a T I’m going to make an assumption that you are a lover of knowledge—are you a lover of knowledge?
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Ibram X. Kendi Feb 12
My latest , an for and my fellow Americans who are truly awakening. It's a reading list for people realizing they were taught to be racist. It's for people realizing they were never taught how to be antiracist.
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Faisal Mushtaq Feb 12
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Samara Feb 12
You can’t effectively teach Standards without understanding the culture of the students who are before you! You better speak on it !
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Christine Peterson Feb 12
Day 2: exploring the “how” of building our students’ ability to dig into complex, grade level texts. ⁦
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kate gerson Feb 12
Lacey Robinson, stomped her feet and said this out loud today.
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kate gerson Feb 12
Replying to @scottmpetri @TNTP
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Eyes Wide Open Feb 12
Don't make assumptions about student's cognitive ability based on their fluency level
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Darla Barker Feb 12
The text we put in front of kids shows them what we think of them!
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Diane Powell Feb 12
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kate gerson Feb 12
Push yourself and push each other today. Where do you see yourself leaning back and staying out of hard conversations. Where do you see opportunities to lean in and get smarter in this hour the next one the next one. Trust yourself and trust your facilitator.
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Tyra Harrison Feb 11
If your PD isn’t challenging you to question, to dig deeper and be a champion for those you serve, raise your standards!
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Ms. Fulmore, EdS Feb 11
“We are watching the achievement gap, live, and in slow motion on our watch - in our sphere of influence.”
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kate gerson Feb 11
Replying to @_CharlesPreston
Do we know how Nymeria died in the legend?
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Shelli Deaguero Feb 11
Equity literacy is a political act!!
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Tyra Harrison Feb 11
Getting it wrong isn’t always a bad thing...it helps us question why we got it wrong and sets us on a path to a different way.
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