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Lakshmi Valdes-Nativ
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Wendell Vaughn Jul 16
“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” -John Dewey, 1915
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Lakshmi Valdes-Nativ Jul 16
Great planning with Valley Creek
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Steve Keating Jul 2
Admitting to a mistake is not a weakness; it’s a sign of strength.
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BehaviorFlip Jul 2
Many behavior issues are stopped before they even begin if a student knows that they are valued and feels a sense of belonging.
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Principal Kafele (Baruti K. Kafele) Jul 1
Hey assistant principals out there, I just wrote my July blog post for you, aspiring assistant principals and principals that have assistant principals on their leadership team. Check it out and share with an an assistant principal who could benefit.
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Lisa Kelsey Burleson Jul 2
If adults buy into the mindset that kids can't, then how can we complain when kids won't? - Jimmy Casas
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Lisa Kelsey Burleson Jul 2
We may not get to decide which kids to serve, but we do get to decide the kind of climate in which we want to serve them ..... YES! Thanks for writing such a great book, Culturize! Its made me think & reflect a lot.
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Lisa Kelsey Burleson Jul 2
It is not our place as educators to judge a students contribution to our school community, but it is our job to provide a means for them to share their skills & talents. -Jimmy Casas (Culturize)
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Lakshmi Valdes-Nativ Jun 27
RTI is more than just more time with the same strategy. Response is directive, not individual.
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Vanessa Stuart Jun 26
Learning is not optional. What will we do as the adults to ensure that that students are not punished for what they may not can control. We sit back and watch while kids make choices that can hurt them for life.
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Lisa Kelsey Burleson Jun 26
Listening to the incredibly gifted and he asks "How does your team move to collaboration from coordination?" It is vital to be collaborative team to serve all kids.
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Lisa Kelsey Burleson Jun 25
Meaningful conversation around student evidence is crucial. You have to talk, collaborare & align thinking when it comes to students' work
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Lisa Kelsey Burleson Jun 25
What if grading was based on learning rather than teaching?
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Lakshmi Valdes-Nativ Jun 26
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Lakshmi Valdes-Nativ Jun 25
Excited to learn with a great group of educators at Solutions Tree Conference
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Lakshmi Valdes-Nativ Jun 22
Congratulations to the both of you. Looking forward to our collaboration.
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sindy Jun 19
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Lakshmi Valdes-Nativ Jun 15
You will be missed. It was an honor learning from you Mrs. Hall.
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edutopia Jun 8
"One of the toughest challenges that students face when they walk into classrooms is they feel tense. They're worried about being put on the spot." —Kareem Farah, a teacher who says blended learning has reduced his students’ anxiety levels
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