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Shamika Dedeaux Feb 21
A4) A leader that is the captain of the “Cheerleaders” will lead in setting the level of positivity and have a can-do approach to solving anything
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Miss. Luis Feb 21
Replying to @EngageChat
A1) is seeing light amidst the darkness. It is happiness. It is optimism. It is the seed planted so that dreams and wishes come true.
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Kris Jenkins, MaEd. Feb 21
Replying to @EngageChat
A2: Build relationships with your students!! You might be the only smile or hug they receive. You might be the only one to spend any quality time with them. Just love on them!
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Gretchen Dorn Feb 21
A1. Hope is expecting the ray of sunshine after a bad storm. Setting goals of where we want to be in the future.
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Elizabeth Russell Feb 21
A2 We can create hope in the classroom by investing in students, especially those who are hard to reach. Try to connect by taking interest! What do they love, hope for, dream about...etc. 💛
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Miss. Luis Feb 21
Replying to @EngageChat
A3) Time Fear of breaking barriers Negativity Being Silence
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Audrey Ash Feb 21
Replying to @EngageChat
A2: Change the future for students one kiddo at a time by creating meaningful relationships and high expectations.
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Miss. Luis Feb 21
Replying to @EngageChat
A2) I your Ss Build positive relationships built on Help establish attainable goals. Help them see the light & journey of their goals Be their cheerleader - motivate them so that they can attain their goals, even when the going gets tough.
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Elizabeth Russell Feb 21
Elizabeth, Library Media Specialist, here tonight from Kenosha, WI. Happy Friday Everyone! 💙
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Dr. Patricia Griffin Feb 21
A5 When students have hope, they believe in themselves. They realize their strengths and values and that they deserve to reach their goals!
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Alexander Deeb Feb 21
A2: Not giving up on students. Making an effort to show that they believe in them and helping them to achieve small milestones so students can see the progress themselves
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Gretchen Dorn Feb 21
A3. One of the biggest barrier of hope is "This is the way we've always done it...." Lack of listening to your Ss, No voice, choice, bad experiences in learning causing fear and trauma.
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Dr. Patricia Griffin Feb 21
A2 Teachers can create hope in their classrooms for students by building relationships, always believing in them, being there to support their goals, and making sure they know they matter.
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Gretchen Dorn Feb 21
A4. Positivity and optimism. Also being a good listener, believer, caring, keeping visions alive, etc.
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Todd Feb 21
A1)hope is grown daily in the little things we do.
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Jim Katzaman - Get Debt-Free One Family at a Time Feb 21
A3 The greatest barrier to hope is "This is the way we've always done it."
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Karl O’Leary Feb 21
A1: “Hope” is the thing with feathers - That perches in the soul - And sings the tune without the words - And never stops - at all -Dickinson said it best!
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Kellie Collins Feb 21
A5-hope and success are synonymous with this question. Once a student experiences hope, they crave it. In a school culture that fosters hope, success follows, and achievement grows. Relationships before content means the world to student success.
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#EngageChat Feb 21
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Kellie Collins Feb 21
A2: Teachers can create hope in the classroom by respecting the students and allowing them to trust again. Relationships are the foundation of hope-when students have hope and know you respect, they know their future is going to be better.
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