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Angie Adrean Aug 22
All I Really Need to Know I Learned FROM a Kindergarten Student.
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Jason Blair Aug 21
Being a champion for kids means standing up for creative minds that walk through our doors. It’s about pushing back on a system that marginalizes creative thinkers. Its letting ss know creative smart looks different than school smart so don’t let a test score define you
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Mr. Wells Aug 19
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Robin Long Aug 14
A1: Robin-IL-joining late, Read my blog post to see what I did! Hoping to create positive change!
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 Jenny Mitchell 💡 Aug 14
So excited to connect w/ my Tweeps tonight as we get into the new school year. A bit late, apologies... but happy to be here. Jenny, ELA Middle School T from Toledo.
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Lori Green Aug 21
A3 Staying focused on the greater good that comes out of our work would be a good first step. We (ok maybe just me) can get bogged down in the day to day activities; we get tired. Keeping in mind our WHY & figuring out HOW to champion others is a life-changing calling
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Tricia  Ebner Aug 21
Welcome to . Please share your name, where you are from, and someone you consider to be a champion, in any field or endeavor.
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Lori Green Aug 21
A1 being a champion for kids means that a person will relentlessly advocate for the student after getting student, family, community inputs when appropriate
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Mr. Poynter 🚀🐢 Aug 22
If you work in any building with kindergarten students and you’re not laughing most of the day then that’s on you man! These kids are HILARIOUS. 🚀
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Misty Ewry Aug 22
Have you said hello to a student recently? Take the time to listen. You just might be the one they need in that moment. Via
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Jay Billy Aug 14
Planning is very important. You can't teach without a plan but... the eight point plan that meets all guidelines of the textbook... not necessary for an experienced teacher who knows his/her kids
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Jay Billy Aug 14
Q2: We often talk about the community that surrounds each school. How are you going to engage & involve the community in your classroom/school this year?
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Mr. Wells Aug 14
Q1: Risk-taking is critical for both teachers and administrators because it is how we grow & it provides a model for expectations for our teachers and students. How do you plan to take some new "risks" in your position this year? What outcomes do you expect?
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STEM coding Aug 21
STEMcoding here. We have a nice YouTube channel that we record in Columbus, Alliance and soon Marion. If there is a champion for integrating CS into schools it is probably Seymour Papert, a long time MIT professor and author of the book Mindstorms.
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Lori Green Aug 21
Hi Lori from Canal Winchester glad to join in tonight!
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Tricia  Ebner Aug 21
Wednesday is here--and that means just one thing: ! Join the discussion at 9:00 PM tonight!
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Tricia  Ebner Aug 14
A3: This is a bit "general," but my focus now is much more on the learning. It's not that there aren't deadlines--there are some I have no control over. But I really want to support learning--students and educators--and that's the priority.
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Tricia  Ebner Aug 21
Q3: What might our school cultures look like if we're serving as champions for our students and each other? How can we make this happen?
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Dr. Bryan R. Drost 16h
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Dr. Bryan R. Drost Aug 22
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