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Angela Dye, PhD
Critical Pedagogy, School Leadership, Research and Social Change
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Angela Dye, PhD 2h
My gut response is that the tweet came across as an indictment against all Ts who have said those things.
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Angela Dye, PhD 2h
Hmm. I'll have to think about it.
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Angela Dye, PhD 2h
You are funny!!! This the second time this morning that you made me truly laugh out loud! Enjoy your day!!!
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Angela Dye, PhD retweeted
Sisyphus 3h
But if you believe the kids should sit and be quiet in awe of what you are about to teach...I'm going to vent on your vent.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
Clarifying. Setting boundaries. Advocating. Observing. Warning. Advising.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
That's a good question. I can see how you did. But, I was talking "protecting" as relating to being proactive; not reactive.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
...even if they are rightly held to a higher standard, they are still human w/ all of the emotions and needs that come w/ it.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
In protecting the humanity of students we must not forget that teachers are human as well...
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
I never took offense to teachers venting as long as they were still producing and growing. Sometimes u gotta let off steam.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
I said protecting; not defending. But nevertheless, it's ok to defend...as long as we can offer adequate support for the defense
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
And I understand as well. It's a legitimate challenge to teachers who need students to sit still, comply and consume.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
As we should.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
Come on now. That's fair. I am in no way challenging this point.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
I do agree. Some Ts say these things because they are lazy. Simple as that. But, sometimes, they are protecting their work.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
Forcing teachers to assume all the responsibility is not fair to the child and it is not an effective means for good teaching.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
Teaching and caring for students requires an intricate system where we should all do our part.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
When children have needs or admns have expectations that aren't in teacher's purview, then, yes, they will say things like this.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
It's one thing to say what you are not good at. It's another to acknowledge what you shouldn't be doing.
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Angela Dye, PhD 3h
Lol. Order and engagement wasn't my problem. It's safe to say, I'm the queen of mgt. Just don't need to administer meds!
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Angela Dye, PhD retweeted
SpinningW/MyHandsUp 4h
Of course in 1985 you couldn't have convinced me people would spend money buying water in bottles either.
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