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Lisa Clayberg
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Danny Steele Feb 10
Professional Development should not just be about a workshop, class, or activity. It’s a mindset. It’s a relentless pursuit of being better tomorrow than you were today.
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IHSAA Feb 10
Ames joins Cedar Falls and Cedar Rapids Washington as the only schools to win the State Meet for girls and boys in the same school year. Cedar Falls (2004 & 2005) was the last.
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IHSAA Feb 10
Replying to @IHSAA
Final team scores from the 2018 IHSAA State Swimming Championships (and that incredibly close final heat)
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Lisa Clayberg Feb 10
Congrats to our 2018 Boys Swim Team! Pride
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IA Dept of Education Jan 26
Here are photos from our Outstanding Iowa Teachers Recognition Luncheon today:
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Ames Schools Jan 15
The Youth Diversity Inclusion Club put together this great video on social injustice. Its purpose was to educate fellow high schoolers on how to address injustice when it presents itself. We can all learn something and encourage you to take in the message.
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Lisa Clayberg Jan 9
Replying to @AKROESELA
You make me blush :) Your compassion for students and a desire for continual growth is all anyone could ever ask for in an educator. Let your strengths shine through in having a lasting impact on the lives of students you touch.
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Ames Schools Jan 4
On April 3, the Ames community will vote on a bond referendum for a new high school building. Here is a historical perspective of how long each high school building primarily served high school students, starting with the very first one in 1880.
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IA Dept of Education Dec 29
Year in review: 2018 Teacher of the Year named
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Ames High Golf Dec 14
Look what came in today! Good looking group!
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Ames Schools Dec 11
Iowa Teacher of the Year Aileen Sullivan got her copy of Amazing Magazine in the mail. How about you?
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Ames High Golf Dec 5
Be sure to check out your coach in his debut of the Nutcracker on Saturday! Here's a little preview
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 22
Replying to @donovanscience
Thank you! It's a pleasure to work with so many passionate people who have taken on the challenging task of leadership. Wishing each of you all the best!
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 20
The way that we learn is not through teaching. Practice leads to mastery. Teaching frames the practice opportunities to provide feedback The same thing will happen when impacting change.
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 20
To be neutral in a moving stream is to go with the current It's our job to disrupt the system in order to actually create equitable schools.
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Heather Rocco Nov 20
It isn’t glueing wings on a caterpillar and calling it a butterfly. We have to go through the process to really transform our thinking.
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 20
The problem is the meaning we attach to labels and the actions we take. Social dominance shows through in these labels. Labeling is power over, whereas self-labeling is power within
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Oona Marie Abrams Nov 20
"No one should have to advocate that their life matters."
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 20
What blocks us from authentic relationships and allowing equitable practices? narrative highlights how we inaccurately perceive others @ncte__cel We need to do better as everyone deserves us to do better.
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 20
Not labeling students has an impact size of .61 Labeling students has an negative .61 effect size In thinking of equity, this is incredibly powerful.
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