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тσм ℓσυ∂ Aug 15
We can't change the home environment our students live in. Yet we can give them amazing environment to learn in!
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тσм ℓσυ∂ Aug 17
Even if they don't act like it, every kid hopes the adults in their school will be kind to them and be interested in them. Let's not let them down!
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Kathleen Odean Aug 18
Here's this week's SUMMER BOOK GIVEAWAY for and . Retweet and follow to enter. I'll announce the winner on Friday, August 24th.
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𝕃𝕖𝕖 𝔸𝕟𝕟 𝕁𝕦𝕟𝕘 16h
I want to take these from Nido in Santiago and put them on giant banners and posters in every school. Actually, I wish these were cultural norms broadly...
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Josh Stumpenhorst 7h
For all the teachers heading back to school. Don't worry about hacking anything, teaching like some character, or trying to live up to some platitude from twitter. Just teach...like a teacher.
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тσм ℓσυ∂ Aug 14
Average Teachers want Kids to listen to them. Great Teachers want to listen to Kids. {big difference}
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Cristina Milos Aug 17
Rereading Embedded Formative Assessment by and these are possibly the most important two paragraphs in the book. 1/2 1. "Feedback should cause thinking."
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Mashup Math 15h
Love this! Would love to see these in more public parks!
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David Geurin Aug 13
Outstanding learning is built on... 1. Strong relationships (be warm) 2. High expectations (be demanding) 3. Great experiences (engage and empower)
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Dr. Justin Tarte 5h
When the adults in a school acknowledge & greet each other kindly & genuinely, it’s a clear modeling & example for students to do the same to their fellow classmates. This is building one salutation at a time.
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Alex Corbitt Aug 16
10 Examples of Narrative Endings 📚💡 (by Kristine Nannini)
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Jeff Hiser 19h
☑️ What we do. ☑️ How we do it. 🎯 Why we do it!
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𝕃𝕖𝕖 𝔸𝕟𝕟 𝕁𝕦𝕟𝕘 Aug 17
Research on homework is clear.
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Brian Mendler 6h
The most important rule to remember when criticizing a student (or colleague). I’m FINALLY back with another !
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Chris Cline Aug 16
Always Fail Forward. Take risks, try something new, and grow. No one can grow from a "Gotcha" model. Encourage and promote risk-taking. Reflect on the process/result and grow from it.
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Donnie Piercey Aug 15
First day of school PSA: "Don't smile till Christmas" is overrated - Stay kind.
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Roman Nowak Aug 17
“It's not about how much you do, but how much love you put into the doing that matters.” -Mother Teresa Do all things with love. Be kind. Always.
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Alex Corbitt Aug 16
A Classroom Guide to Active Listening👂🏽🏆 (via The Maselli Group)
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Cristina Milos Aug 17
People commented that helpful feedback is difficult to give. Here are my 3 main strategies.
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Jeff Hiser Aug 14
"We are fortunate to work in education; sometimes we just forget how blessed we are. By consistently filtering out the negatives and sharing a positive attitude, we can create a much more successful school." -
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