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Steven Weber
Associate Superintendent, Speaker/Consultant, BAMMY Award nominee, Edu Blogger, and PDK Emerging Leader
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Darrin Donnelly May 18
“You cannot have a perfect day without helping others with no thought of getting something in return.” – John Wooden
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Fayetteville Band 17h
The FHS Percussion Ensemble did a GREAT job tonight at the National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy held at the U of A. Congratulations to Mr. Brusca and all of our outstanding percussionists!
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Simon Sinek Jul 26
Leadership is not a journey to rise in the ranks. Leadership is a journey to help those around us rise.
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NCDPI MTSS 8h
When systems ask questions about their intervention system matrix:
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NCDPI MTSS 9h
WHAT DOES YOUR UNIVERSAL SCREENING SYSTEM LOOK LIKE?
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Lolly Daskal 15h
These Three Words Will Make You a Time Management Expert via
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“While identifying essential standards is a critical first step, the work cannot stop with the identification of essential targets.” This is the Breakfast of Champions by
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Great Leaders Are Multipliers
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Allison Zmuda 19h
The true heavy lift is not articulating the vision but creating the conditions to make the vision possible.
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A Great Teacher Is A Conductor: 1. Directs Learning 2. Shares the Spotlight 3. Begins with the End in Mind 4. Focuses on All Students, But May Feature A Soloist and Her Strengths 5. Understands Formative Assessment and Rehearsal
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Moments: What are the mile markers you will put in place to help students reach the goal by the end of the unit, quarter, semester, or year?
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𝕃𝕖𝕖 𝔸𝕟𝕟 𝕁𝕦𝕟𝕘 18h
Differentiation is designed by the teacher. Personalization is driven by the student.
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Eric Sheninger May 20
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Robert J. Marzano 20h
Perhaps the most powerful aspect of a classroom organized around learning goals is that students can move at their own pace. If a student completes all learning goals, he begins working on goals at the next grade level and/or volunteers as a peer tutor.
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Jennifer Gonzalez 24h
Celebrating Think-Pair-Share, the Little Strategy That Could, and sharing some best practices for making it work for you.
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Ross Cooper May 20
New blog post: It’s the Learning, Not the Lessons!
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Jeff Veal May 20
When you empower people, you enlarge people. When you build capacity in others - you breathe life into their vision, their contribution, and their value.
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Jennifer Gonzalez May 20
Fantastic interview with to help me fully understand .
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Mike Kaminski May 18
Congratulations to this amazing group of 2018 seniors. I can't wait to see where your new journeys lead!
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