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Noa Daniel Jun 1
"Racism, sexism, ableism, and classism are all systems." The education system may feel too big to tackle, but our classrooms and schools are within our realm of influence, so we can make changes by creating opportunities for all of our learners to be successful.
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Roman Nowak Jun 1
“There comes a point where we NEED to stop pulling people out of the river. We NEED to go upstream and find out WHY they’re falling in.” -Desmond Tutu Listen. Learn. Love. CHANGE!
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Joe Miniscalco Jun 1
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Rola Tibshirani Jun 1
Let us by celebrating the journey of "When educators grow & learn their students grow too. Through their partnership & trust, they impact their communities." Our director shares her journey of learning.
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Carol Salva Jun 1
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Tecumseh Firebirds Jun 1
Our K1/K2s in Balmers’ class had a guest educator for a week. They got to “Learn Everything with Effie”. Effie provided the students with amazing learning adventures and “eff”ective feedback. Effie even had a theme song
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The Mentoree (OEMConnect&Motivators&OnEdMentors) Jun 1
Whatever you know now- about teaching, about learning, about equity- does not have to be all that you know. All of your abilities, right now, as an educator, do not have to be all the abilities you will ever have. We can change because we're learners.
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Alyssa H. Jun 1
we are lost without connection. if helps us realize nothing more than to ~ I’m good with that and hope you are too. s/o eldot studios #🅰️and🅱️
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Moore Memorial Public Library Jun 1
How are you going to celebrate the end of the school year? Jordyn and Jireh visited us at the library. Congratulations for graduating from Kindergarden & 4th grade!
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Laurel Lane Jun 1
Laurel Lane families may drop-off items & pick-up their child's belongings June 3-5. See flyer details & look for another email reminder!
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Eli Casaus Jun 1
It was like the night before the first day of school. I laid my clothes out, packed up my bag and waited with anticipation for today when after a few months I was able to return to the gym! Home gym was alright but this was better!
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Sara Holm Jun 2
Thank you for your Are we there yet? kids series. My Ss loved watching the submarine adventure in Hawaii for our Uunder the Sea day.
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Sara Holm Jun 1
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Carol Varsalona Jun 3
Such a powerful graphic and thought, Alyssa.
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World Missionary Press Jun 1
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World Missionary Press Jun 1
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Jonathon Wennstrom Jun 1
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Social Change Makers Jun 1
At least 3/4s of our youth are disengaged at some level at school, they are either just playing the game, want to why or totally checked out. The system needs to change. This is my WHY.
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Sara Holm May 29
So lucky to have a superhero guest reader today to read Superheroes are Everywhere to us this morning. Grateful for Ms. Amory and the message in this 📙.
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Alyssa H. Jun 1
. + ~ yes plz and TY‼️ This is a spectacular duo.
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