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Jill McLean Nov 17
A1. This may sound contradictory, but I'd like students to be in the habit of bringing the best version of themselves everyday, but also recognizing that mistakes happen and we just keep moving forward.
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ᏋᏒᎥᏦ ᏕᎥᏋᏉᏋᏒᏖ Nov 17
A2: Social skills need to be taught alongside/within the core curriculums that are taught...not just as a separate lesson or class period. Social skills must also be taught on the spot...Ts need to know it’s ok to stop a lesson to teach as a whole group when appropriate
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Tika Epstein Nov 17
Hello . My name is Tika, and I am an instructional coach and interventionist for a wonderful K-5 school in Las Vegas.
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Patrick Hausammann Nov 17
A3b: Ts should also be willing to pause content at times to continue relationship building.
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Kris Jenkins, MaEd. Nov 17
Replying to @Shapiro_WTHS
A1: Social Skills. How to get along with others, manners, and peaceful conflict resolution.
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🥊🥊Kelly Hoggard🥊🥊 Nov 18
Went to look for an old tweet & realized I hit 5,000 followers right on the nose! I am seriously blessed w/ the best family! So grateful for the connections to the fam & beyond! ♥️🥊🥊
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Nov 17
A2. By teaching them how to think not what to think
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Linda Edwards Nov 17
A2 Have students work and collaborate with each other often. Lots of opportunity to talk to each other
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Roman Nowak Nov 17
“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” -Mahatma Gandhi Lead, live and love with your heart. Share HOPE & empathy.
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 17
A1) one of the most important habits is giving feedback to peers. We live in a world of very little physical interaction and communication is losing effectiveness. Students need to make a habit of providing each other with feedback!
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ᏋᏒᎥᏦ ᏕᎥᏋᏉᏋᏒᏖ Nov 17
Good evening ! It’s been awhile but I’m here and excited to chat with everyone!!
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C. Ravesi-Weinstein Nov 17
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craig shapiro Nov 17
Love your answers. Tons of great ideas. I want kids to Be kind Be happy Be inquisitive Be real
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craig shapiro Nov 18
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 17
A3) Motivation has peaks and valleys - it’s okay to take breaks from the grind - practice is important but frustration can easily arise so we take a break, make use of some mindfulness, then come back to the grind when we are mentally ready to do so!
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Patrick Hausammann Nov 17
A1: One of the biggest habits for Ss today is to take control of their learning. To be comfortable to choose and follow their passions. To know they don't have to be good at the game of school, they need to grow through setbacks on their own path.
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craig shapiro Nov 17
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 17
Hi everyone! Chey and Pav here!
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Tika Epstein Nov 19
I can’t wait for this chat. Join us to discuss literacy and math foundations.
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craig shapiro 27m
Obviously there are tons of games you can review with. is awesome for whole class stuff. Also playing team competitive games is fun. Using simple board writes can work. I’d do a little review each day and keep building on it.
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