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MindShift Jun 18
"Mark Twain said if you wake up every morning and eat a frog, everything else will taste great. So, I taught them to take their frog from the list, which is the thing they want to do the least, and get it out of the way"
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тσм ℓσυ∂ Jun 12
Language of Great School Leaders: 1. How can I help? 2. What do you think? 3. Your work is changing lives! 4. I trust you 5. I appreciate your commitment 6. Thank you for working hard 7. I was wrong 8. I'm sorry 9. Do you have the tools you need? 10. I've got your back
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Weston Kieschnick #BoldSchool Jun 18
School should be a place where kids learn how to do things, not a place where they learn they can’t do things.
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MindShift Jun 18
are constantly present in their children's lives physically, but they are less emotionally attuned. That's bad for the responsive so important to child development
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SocialEmotionalLearning Jun 14
5 Social Skills all kids (& adults) should work on.
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Tom Spall Jun 17
Do not start the first week of school with worksheets, test prep, ditto sheets, or any of that crap. Talk to your kids about their summer, build relationships, and learn about their families. Take interest in them and they will reciprocate ten-fold.
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Eric Sheninger Jun 17
We are well into the 4th Industrial Revolution where change is a constant. As such, education must change as well (image credit - Awaken Group)
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SocialEmotionalLearning Jun 11
Schools that are best positioned to help move the critically important work of forward have a culture of shared responsibility for all learners. Students are not "mine" or "yours", but OURS.
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MindShift Jun 17
Unraveling the behind : When we're hungry for answers, our brain activity changes in ways that help us retain new information
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MindShift Jun 12
Consider what conversations will bring about more equitable outcomes for students, more joy for you and your colleagues, and closer relationships within the school community
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Brian Aspinall Jun 12
When I hear that cell phones are used to cheat on exams I immediately think about ditching exams, not phones. Thoughts?
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MindShift Jun 16
is not a delivery system 🚚, it's an art form 🎨 by
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MindShift Jun 16
Self-compassion is about treating yourself and your shortcomings with kindness, reminding yourself that you are human and -- like all humans -- you are a work in progress
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Brian Aspinall Jun 11
I don't care what your role is in school. You are just as important as everyone else.
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teachershop.co.uk 27s
Discounts for providers 😀 get in touch here and find out how we can supply your trainee teachers with a survival pack full of resources 👍
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Aaron Hogan Jun 11
I want to give away a few copies of Shattering the Perfect ! 3 winners will get 2 copies of the book (1 for you, 1 for a friend). To enter—retweet this tweet & reply to tag someone you’d like to discuss the book with! Winners 📢 Friday!
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Tᴏᴅᴅ Fɪɴʟᴇʏ Jun 10
How teachers can increase their resilience. - Brain Blast
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Lisa Romano Jun 10
Try this 10 minute activity that pushes Ss to think outside the box! Finish the picture. One rule - Ss can’t draw a sun! I was blown away by the different interpretations. How do we hold onto and nurture this creativity?! ✨
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Dr. Justin Tarte 10h
Never shut the door on students; regardless of what poor choice they make. There should always be another chance & there should always be room for redemption. The worst response we can have is to close the door, lock it & throw away the key.
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Mike Tholfsen 8h
NEW! Teachers & Students will be able to login & use free apps with their Google EDU account 😱 Use G-Suite & Google Classroom along with apps like 💜, Immersive Reader, and 👉
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