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Danah Miller 12 Oct 17
Great conversations while analyzing mClass data with TLCs today!
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Ashleigh Gibson Aug 23
JoCo TLCs kicked off the day with "small fire" conversations on the topic of coaching. Great dialogue!
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Heather Gibson Aug 23
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Ashleigh Gibson Nov 15
are engaged in deep dialogue about being culturally proficient leaders!
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amy kontir 16 Apr 18
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Heather Best Jan 24
Protocols help us to stay focused on the things we can control when looking at data.
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Kirstin Parker Sep 6
My PLC take away for today: We have to shift mindsets to realize the true meaning of “coaching” is to invite thinking and build resourcefulness + self-driven growth... not to give a quick fix.
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Arlene Wright Jan 24
"Every system is perfectly aligned for the results it gets"
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Kathy Price 21 Sep 17
The collaboration time among our TLCs is priceless!!
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Pam Batchelor 30 Nov 17
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Josh Hostetter ⚯͛ 🔗 Nov 15
Talking about cultural proficiency today with — “We must be open to having difficult conversations in the open if we’re going to remove systemic barriers in school.” Truth. Simple, hard, clear truth. It’s time to get to work.
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Arlene Wright 2 Nov 17
Pause. Paraphrase.Pause.Pose Mediative Question = Effective coaching conversations
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Jenna McKeel 12 Oct 17
An think tank full of amazing thinkers equipped with homemade QR codes
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Hannah Smith Nov 5
Taking time today to say thank you to our coaches for all they do ❤️ One day a year isn’t nearly enough, but on this I want you to know I am honored to lead and learn alongside you. Hey JoCo, why are you thankful for your coach today?
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Chrystal Trammell Sep 6
All. Of. This. Building capacity rather than solving problems
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Sarah Cowell Sep 10
Super excited that my current grad school text can help me in my role as a Teaching and Learning Coach and will serve me well in my leadership years ahead!
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Beth Otto Sep 20
Absolutely AMAZING!!! High School Students engaged in books!!! Love to see them READ!!!!
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Heather Gibson Jan 24
Too often we try to find solutions before we've ever truly identified the problem.
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Aaron F 26 Apr 18
A1: RL9 compares and contrasts 2 or more texts at every grade level. Starting with basic concepts/facts in lower grades and moving to themes/topics in higher
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Lauren Hayes Jan 24
When using TIPS, we must determine what is of high significance and what is within our control!
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