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Brian
Google Innovator/Trainer Host:Teacher's Journey Podcast Author:The Teacher's Journey & The Will McGill Series Creator of
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José Luis Vilson 24h
If you’re not interested in amplifying other folks with the platform you’ve been granted, then why have it?
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Brian May 25
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Brian May 25
Sure if “herpes of the art world”was beautiful and made everything sparkle.
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Brian May 25
And fun
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Brian May 25
Why do you hate the environment?
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Brian May 24
What we say matters to ourselves and others.  I want my words to evoke positive imagery of my classroom and school.
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Brian May 23
Balance is a fluid thing. It isn't something you find or something you achieve, it is something you do. 
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Brian May 23
In addition to not fixing things, a lot of time that single rogue teacher creates a mistrust of teachers in general and of whatever practice they are using without permission. I’ve been fortunate to work in places where I have a lot of that autonomy. Most teachers don’t.
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David Butler May 23
For the sake of frell some schools don’t even have pencils for everyone and you call shame on them for not providing access to internet-capable devices on demand?
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Brian May 23
If you want to make actual change in a school system you build trust, you get on the committees that make these decisions, and you create the opportunity for change to take place. 1 rogue teacher doesn’t fix things, it usually just gets them in trouble most of the time.
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Brian May 23
So while I appreciate your desire to initiate change (I don’t wholly agree with you) but I am more concerned about how often you suggest that teachers just not do things they are being required to do. This doesn’t facilitate effective change, it facilitates distrust and anger
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Brian May 23
The thing is, you can’t garuntee that. I understand you live and work in an environment where this freedom exists and parents raise money for tech. This just isn’t reality for many, many teachers. Most teachers don’t get to have that autonomy. Maybe that’s bad, it it still is
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Justin May 23
I was apparently not clear. Tea hing kids to factor isnt about factoring at all. Its about recognizing patterns and understanding how factoring works. It is important.
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Jeff Kubiak May 23
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Dr. Sam Fecich ✨#EduMagic✨ May 23
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Brian May 23
Give yourself permission to accept that you have accomplished something.  Celebrate it. Share it.
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Doghead Simulations May 23
Great use of ! Helping students beat their presentation anxiety.
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Brian May 22
I'll ask for suggestions from a few friends. It's been a while since I hung in Philly for anything more than a trip to the airport.
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Brian May 22
How much space?
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