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Roman Nowak Oct 10
"You become what you surround yourself with. Energies are contagious. Choose carefully. Your environment will become you." -unknown Surround yourself with joy, HOPE, kindness, empathy. Be a light.
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Kim Bearden Oct 12
High expectations are the manifestation of your belief in someone. How do you hold high expectations for your students while still providing meaningful support?
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Kim Bearden Oct 12
As educators, we must uplift one another. What are some ways that your staff motivates, supports, or strengthens one another?
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Kim Bearden Oct 12
Happy Saturday, everyone! I am cofounder, executive director, and ELA teacher at the Ron Clark Academy. I am also the author of Talk to Me. Please introduce yourself and share your favorite movie!
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Kim Bearden Oct 12
As a staff, we are intentional about asking one another, "How can I help? What can I do to make this easier for you?" As a result, we have created a place where we all feel supported by one another.
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Lauren Porosoff Oct 12
Communicating with parents to empower students
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Beth Houf Oct 12
A huge thank you to for leading us today! Do yourself a favor and get her book if you haven’t...it’s truly amazing. One I keep on my desk to reference always! Talk to Me: Find the Right Words to Inspire, Encourage, and Get Things Done
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Beth Houf 15h
Hey PLN! What’s your favorite productivity tip or resource? Tag me or the add the hashtag and I’ll compile a list!
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Tara M Martin Oct 12
Win a FREE Registration to the Teach Better Conference! Join me & 60 other All-Star Educators at the Conference this Nov! Entering to win is super easy.   (1) Like this post (2) Follow (3) That’s it. I told you it was easy!
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Dr. Tony Sinanis Oct 12
1 min reflection from my run... to all educators... let’s practice Self-Empathy! It’s about showing ourselves some compassion & kindness as we engage in critical & challenging work each day!
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Mr.C`s Art Class Oct 10
1st period, Art 3, this morning nearing completion of their Cassette/ Video Tape Relief Sculpture Creating Something from a material not typically used in an Art Class! Student Imagination being the focal point!
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Bethany Hill🌟#JoyfulLeaders Oct 12
A1: Have some fun and let kids see our personalities. We can lead kids and still be very human!
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Roman Nowak Oct 11
"Every now and then it's good to stop climbing and appreciate the view from right where you are." -Lori Deschene Be grateful for your blessings. Be joyful with your accomplishments.
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Kim Bearden Oct 12
Building a rapport with parents is also important. What are some ways that you communicate positive messages about students to their parents?
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Bethany Hill🌟#JoyfulLeaders Oct 12
A4: Keep the humans first. I once had a kid who challenged me daily with behavior and academic needs. He would yell and be hurtful at times. One day as he was hugging me he said, “Mrs. Hill, if I had a mom I would want her to smell like you.” Whoa.
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Gaby Richard-H... Oct 12
Q1 Just talk to your students about anything. Best if it is non-school realated. Learn about them and their outside interests!
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Kim Bearden Oct 12
I have 2 favorites: The Shawshank Redemption and Forrest Gump. My guilty pleasure? Overboard-- the original with Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. lol
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Roman Nowak Oct 7
“If you have the chance to make people happy, just do it. Sometimes people are struggling silently. Maybe, your act of kindness can make their day.” Be the difference!
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Kyra Yung Oct 11
Anyone else need a drink carrier when they go to work? 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Beth Houf Oct 12
A3: We take care of each other. Been a tough week recovering from a scary lockdown. Wanted staff to have one less thing to worry about.
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