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Joe Sanfelippo Aug 7
A3: The space needs to reflect the learner. It’s not...if you build it they will come...it’s...let them help build it and they will stay.
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Michelle Guarino Aug 7
A3: Start the classroom out not set up on the first day and have students work together to design the set up.
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Nicole Beardsley Aug 11
Skip the overwhelming and unhelpful sit & get and put all your important links/resources in one place on this gameboard ! GREAT for new staff!
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Dr. Laura Spencer Aug 7
A3: Avoid the Pinterest-beautiful classroom. Build one that is reflective of messiness of learning - process over product. Value learning.
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Dr. Laura Spencer Aug 7
hey Tom... Laura from San Diego, Exec Dir Innovation/Design. Excited for tonight with my USD students
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Karen Dopera Aug 7
A2: Ss need voice and choice. Learning has to be meaningful and connected to the Ss interests.
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Tom Murray Aug 7
Speaking of the use of technology, here's over 300 free tools curated by teachers and admin, organized by category... a can't miss resource!
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Dr. Laura Spencer Aug 7
A1: Leadership sets the tone... they pave the way...if they value innovation/agency, then Ss will have these exp from Ts
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Ross Cooper Aug 7
We lead change by modeling what it takes to be a learner and being confident in our decisions while also being open to feedback.
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YiH_Y Aug 7
A3: Pass the microphone to the Ss. Let them dominate the whole conversation in the class. The Ts only offer guidance/feedback
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Barbara Resultan Aug 7
A4: try a DIY professional learning plan, guide with questions/ideas and let teacher make choices about what they believe they need
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jcorippo  13m
Join me for a Summer Reflection on tonight at 7pm! Without reflection - you can't maximize your learning!
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Karen Dopera Aug 7
A1: As a leader you have to be a role model for the type of culture you want. You can’t expect others to lead by example if you’re not willing to do it yourself. And carry the banner-
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YiH_Y Aug 7
A2: with a clear purpose, and maybe result oriented for each students
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YiH_Y Aug 7
Great experience here tonight, thank you all and I need to go back to my real-world class...:-P
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Michelle Guarino Aug 7
A2: Every student needs to have at least one go-to person on their campus. Each has to feel connected.
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YiH_Y Aug 7
Frist try on ...a master student in leadership studies from USD
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Scott Greiner Aug 7
Thanks for a great chat group! Another busy day tomorrow! Glad to connect with those of you that I did. If we don’t follow each other, let’s connect! Have a great night!
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Mari Venturino Aug 11
New post --> Saving Sam is my favorite team building activity! It's great for both kids and adults! Instructions and template included in my blog post:
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Scott Greiner Aug 7
A1: With back to schedule PD going on, I have actively been showing my team that I want there to be fun and laughs that go along with the serious conversations. There has to be fun to get buy in and enjoyment.
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