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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Dec 2
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You are a true inspiration - your voice needs to be heard and those who hear it are moved and inspired. If you don't follow her, do it NOW. She is a true inspiration walking in her passion and sharing it.
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Keep and inspiring educators to grow
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Dec 1
Thank you and always love you feedback. We are in this together.
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LeadForward Dec 1
Thank you and for continuing to support educators. And thank you to the amazing team
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LeadForward Dec 1
So many amazing educators today in - following and building
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Jessica Cabeen Dec 1
Looking for ways to reframe discussions this season? This is the chart I use every day during my an opportunity to reframe what has happened, what will happen, and how you can learn from it.
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Sanée Bell, Ed.D. Dec 1
Thank you educators for your support of “Be Excellent on Purpose: Intentional Strategies for Impactful Leadership.”
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C. Ravesi-Weinstein Dec 1
Know your why & communicate it in everything you do. Students with anxiety want control and they're unlikely to give it up to someone they can't trust. If they know your why, they'll learn to trust you and relinquish control.
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LeadForward Dec 1
Oh R, I am sure he loved "being told" to do this - tell him we say "Thank you"
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Suzy  Brooks Dec 1
Do you know a first year ? Keep the encouragement coming all year long! To my favorite , - I love how your face lights up when you talk about "your kids". I'm a proud !
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LeadForward Dec 1
isn’t about just school district leaders or building principals. It’s about the journey of teacher leaders doing amazing work in many areas that impact the lives of our children daily. keep impacting students and staff.
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LeadForward Dec 1
To means to Encourage, evolve, empower. Mentor, move, motivate. Create, innovate, elevate. Always be listening. Always be learning. you got this!!
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C. Ravesi-Weinstein Dec 1
Students with anxiety need structure and routine if they are going to be successful in the classroom. Implement routine and see your students flourish!
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Dec 1
Part of being a is being accountable - Step up
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Mark Barnes💡 Dec 1
My heartfelt thanks to you -- chat contributor. We have grown so much and done so many amazing things in #2019, thanks to your insightful contributions. I value and appreciate you and every single tweet you share during our and weekly chats.
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LeadForward Nov 29
Story: Mr. Franklin saw Lisa was uncharacteristically sobbing in class. LF> Strategy: Question what you see; observe, then ask, before implementing.
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LeadForward Nov 28
. reminds us "if you are exhausted from social interaction take a quiet time out. Run to the store, take a long shower, listen to your fav music while cooking.
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LeadForward Nov 27
Story:Mr. Franklin saw Lisa was uncharacteristically sobbing in class. LF> Strategy: Question what you see; observe, then ask, before implementing.
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