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Lisa Clayberg
Iowa Educator Wife Mom Scrapbooker Reader Crazy Sense of Humor
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Lisa Clayberg Feb 28
TLs are being so flexible today due to a sub shortage. We will miss those of you who had to return to your classrooms
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Sawyer Elementary Feb 23
Adults hate change, our failure to meet the needs of students is an adult issue not a kid issue.
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Lisa Clayberg Feb 7
Replying to @teachyourself5
Can't wait to hear more about it! Get out the Swivl and record it!
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Ames Lacrosse Team Feb 2
Ames LAX MS&HS Practice starts Feb 15!! Get sign up. A fun year ahead!!! . No gear! No worries we have loaner gear!
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PLS 3rd Learning Jan 25
On the Road w/ SKYPE w/ Landis MS, NJ
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Patrick Donovan Jan 14
Be sure to check out some great student gratitude projects on the hashtag. Awesome work!
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Lisa Clayberg Jan 15
Ames Teacher Leaders...what kind of breakfast are you feeding your students?
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Lisa Clayberg Jan 12
Replying to @hannahgorman21
That's awfully sweet. I'm sure the Queen was a close second right?
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Lisa Clayberg Jan 8
Replying to @mrsgoodwinAMS
Wise words from a wise gal! Kudos for taking the time to submit this.
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Douglas Reeves Jan 4
A4: We should challenge tests masquerading as “formative assessments” that fail to inform teaching and learning.
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 11
Replying to @jgraber
Our pleasure! Always great to connect with others.
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Lisa Clayberg Nov 1
Have you ever tried riding a backwards bike? See how TLs recognized Knowledge < Understanding
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Val Jansonius Oct 21
Strategies (essential learning, formative assessment, MTSS) + Beliefs (ALL learn, together is better)= true PLC
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Lisa Clayberg Oct 21
The greatest impact on student achievement is the belief we have about students and our abilities to help all students learn
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Lisa Clayberg Oct 21
We have a moral obligation with our responsibility to ensure all kids learn. How are each of you exemplifying this?
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Lisa Clayberg Oct 21
We all have the responsibility to change the false narrative of education that is happening - Richard Dufour
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Lisa Clayberg Oct 21
Congrats on winning the opportunity to attend a Solution Tree event of your choice!
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Lisa Clayberg Oct 21
Who are the risk-takers ready to dig in and do the hard work? Let's bring it!
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Lisa Clayberg Oct 21
is rocking the learning with today for implementing PLCs.
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Lisa Clayberg Oct 20
Loving the learning with in creating a culture of learning for all kids
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