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Dr. Keith M. Bell Sr. Jan 16
Good morning world - new to twitter look forward to learning! #
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ONTSpecialNeeds 31m
| | RT : Homework assumptions we make -
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Dr. Anael Alston Jan 14
Five research-based tips for decorating your classroom: via
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Wriggle 2m
Save the date and come join us at 7pm on Wednesday 30th Jan for our Tweet Meet on How to get the most out of technology in Senior Cycle
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Align Assess Achieve 44s
This collection of snowy reads has something for students of all ages that can be enjoyed in class as a whole group or at home snuggled under a cozy blanket. #614
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MindShift 15h
We've all had the experience of studying hard for a test, believing we know the information, and then sitting down in the testing room only to draw a blank. Why does that happen?
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Mashup Math Jan 11
Love this! Would love to see these in more public parks!
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R Graham Oliver 2h
It is impossible to educate without being an educated person, though many do try. Not just well-schooled. Not just lots of PD for your job. The real thing. Otherwise you can't know what you should be trying to achieve
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David Geurin Jan 10
In the end, school culture isn’t made by mission statements, strategic plans, programs, or structural changes. School culture is built on behaviors, one action or interaction at a time. It’s what people consistently do that shapes the culture.
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Dr. Marcia Tate Jan 8
At the beginning of every semester, it’s a good idea to remember “the six ‘Fs’ of a great classroom manager.” The new year is a fresh opportunity to be the type of classroom manager your students need you to be!
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Shannon Stone, Ph.D 13m
I spy with my little eye, my awesome teammates @IncreasingNumeracy training!
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SocialEmotionalLearning 20h
Awesome infographic from our friends on ways to incorporate into your daily practice.
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Susan Colton Jan 11
“The most important part of teaching is to teach what it is to know.” – Simone Weil
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Dr. Marcia Tate 17h
Are you your biggest critic? When that inner voice is constantly pointing out our flaws & mistakes, it can be hard to see the good in ourselves and in our lives. Do what you can to silence that voice—I can tell you now, it’s wrong. Be kind to everyone—including yourself.
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Samara Spielberg 6m
When the Science teacher takes one for the team!
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TwoSigmas 2h
is back! "I want to challenge you to have the wisdom of an experienced lumberjack and do what it takes to sharpen your axe in order to help you grow in your teaching and make a deeper impact..." Are You Teaching with a Dull Axe?
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Zac Chase 2h
today comes with a h/t to who got me thinking about the verge I want folks experiencing and relating to the spaces I help curate. What about your space?
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David Geurin 7h
Great leadership isn’t making sure people are doing their jobs. It’s making sure people understand their strengths—making sure they know how talented they are. It’s believing in people and getting them to believe in themselves.
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Susan Colton Jan 10
A well-educated mind will always have more questions than answers. Helen Keller
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Read Naturally 17h
Sometimes a slight adjustment is all it takes to help a struggling reader soar.
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