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Dr. Justin Tarte Jun 23
It's important to remember not all parents had a good experience while in . We have to try and repair those bridges and help parents understand we can’t change their past, BUT we can their child's future. And to do that, it needs to be a partnership.
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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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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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MindShift Jun 22
"Introverts often are really amazing, talented, gifted, loving children, and they feel like there's something wrong with them," says Here are some ways teachers & can support them
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Brian Aspinall Jun 21
Finish this sentence: I wish school had___________
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Greg Sederberg Jun 23
Cell phones in schools- what are your thoughts.
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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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Tᴏᴅᴅ Fɪɴʟᴇʏ Jun 17
Engaging Lesson Starters - Brain Blast
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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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Dr. Justin Tarte Jun 23
When students hear, 'pay attention, this is for a grade,' all they really hear is the grade is more important than the . As educators, we must collectively work to move away from the practice of exchanging grades for compliance.
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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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Angela Maiers - Keynote | Author | Change Maker Jun 23
If you don't first secure students' hearts, you don't have a shot at their brain.
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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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Brian Mendler Jun 16
Care more about the kid than anything you are trying to teach the kid & you’ll be able to teach the kid anything you want.
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Wade Stanford Jun 16
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Dr. Marcia Tate Jun 20
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MindShift Jun 19
“When PBL is done really well the context engages kids and then teachers can apply the same strategies they might have used out of context to kids who are a little more engaged"
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