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Dr. Justin Tarte Sep 9
The student you see every morning in the hall who you say ‘good morning’ to but yet never looks up or responds. Keep trying... you may never get a response, but they know you notice them & that reassurance at the start of their day can be life changing.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Sep 9
Having a great attitude doesn’t mean you have to pretend that everything is always wonderful. It means you learn to face challenges with patience, hope, determination, and a goal to seek to out the good.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Sep 10
You’ll hear me say this again and again, but it’s worth repeating. Focus less on classroom rules and more on creating engaging lessons for your students. The best defense against classroom management problems is an engaging lesson!
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Susan Ross 4h
GIVEAWAY 🥳 2 Bk Set📚 RT/F & Tag a by 9/16 ❣️Charlie has a class project about a young violinist, her namesake, that becomes so much more: How Could A Girl Like That Simply Vanish?
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Fixing Education Sep 9
Want to retain teachers? Schools that do a far better job of managing and coping with and responding to student behavioral issues have far better TEACHER RETENTION. Buildings in which teachers have more say have distinctly better teacher retention.
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MindShift Sep 13
Quality education is about relationships. Caring who understand child development and who are attuned to the children in their care are far more important than many of the measures of quality we use today, says
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Susan Ross Sep 14
2 Bk Set & SKYPE GIVEAWAY🥳 F/RT/ & Tag a by 9/16 📚Charlie’s quest to discover the fate of her namesake is a gentle intro to & helps Ss access their family’s stories ❤️
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Jennifer Gonzalez Sep 12
Students Sitting Around Too Much? Try Chat Stations
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zellie Sep 10
Teachers, what has been your largest classroom size?
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Greg Sederberg Sep 12
What aspects make the biggest difference in being a leader as opposed to a boss?
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Fixing Education Sep 11
I personally know many amazing teachers who have left or are leaving the profession. Let’s remember that giving the exceptional teachers added tasks certainly doesn’t help with their stress.
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Kason Little Sep 7
This is amazing! 13-year-old creates school closet so classmates will have nice clothes to wear. All schools should follow his lead.
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Trevor MacKenzie Sep 12
How’s this for a provocation? Five teens who changed the world
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Tᴏᴅᴅ Fɪɴʟᴇʏ Sep 8
Social-Emotional Learning Prompts, because we're made of feelings. Brain Blast
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Eric Sheninger Sep 9
Empower educators (and students) with these 10 strategies
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Ryan McHale Sep 12
GIVEAWAY TIME! Retweet (R/T) for a chance to win a copy of and some stickers! Winner announced tomorrow at 8pm (EST).
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Jennifer Gonzalez Sep 11
Teaching Students to Legally Use Images Online
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тσм ℓσυ∂ Sep 8
Please, Please, Please don't place RTI Tier 2 instruction on the shoulders of an Assistant! Our struggling students need the most experienced and knowledgeable teacher in the building leading their instruction!!!!
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Marzano Resources Sep 13
You can use this student-friendly generic proficiency scale for quick, on-the-fly instructional feedback.
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Greg Sederberg Sep 11
The best way to cut back on behavior problems due to kids messing around: get kids active and engaged. If you get kids involved throughout the entire class, there isn’t time for them to be off task.
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