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Sarah Naftel Oct 22
A2, As a new employee at my current school, I have made small changes but with every change the motive is answers the question, "What is best for our students?" As a result we have heard our students' voices and made changes with their voices in mind.
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Sarah Naftel Oct 22
A1: Make a to-do list with at least 3 things you know you can get done and leave work at work! It will be there tomorrow!
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Sarah Naftel Oct 22
A3 I am lucky enough to have a fellow counselor on campus with the same goal of moving forward with National Boards so we are working together on idea for completing components. Having people in your corner is vital in education!
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Sarah Naftel Oct 22
A6: Following the same advice I'm giving my students: drink enough water, go to sleep (on time!), turn off the computer, and taking my work email off of my phone.
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Ellen Deem Oct 22
A4 I am working on trusting my intuition daily. The more I listen to my own inner teacher the more successful my lessons are, and the happier my Ss are.
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Sarah Naftel Oct 22
A5 Verbal Affirmation does wonders! Notes in my school mailbox, kind words in an email of colleagues noticing how hard I'm working- I can live off of those messages for weeks!
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Faige Meller Oct 22
A1 Prioritize And let somethings go
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Heulwen Oct 22
A1 Writing reports, I now save the best ones for last, like a writing treat. And when I finish a class I get a treat and a stretch. I spread writing over several weekends to keep me fresh too
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Heulwen Oct 22
A3 Sometimes you gotta just focus on collecting the ingredients, if you go too big picture it gets too much. Know the deadline and you get better at focussing on each part of the recipe of teaching and learning.
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Jessica Cordaro Oct 22
A1: I think the key is NOT multitasking! Focus on one thing at a time
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Rita Wirtz Oct 22
is our question. This year school is wherever you are and that's just grand.
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Paul Solarz 17h
TOPIC: "Giving students effective feedback to promote ownership of their learning" Please join TONIGHT at 7pm Central for !
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Sarah Naftel Oct 22
Hello This is Sarah Naftel, School Counselor in NC. Glad to be here!
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Heulwen Oct 22
A2 There is no cookie cutter way to teach sign language. It's playing, talking, filming, all baby steps till one day yr no longer checking it in yr other language like English. Positive, persist, practice
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Rita Wirtz Oct 22
Excellent, so thought provoking.
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Kit van Wagner Oct 22
- Kit here - educator of adults based in Newport RI
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Tim Riley Oct 22
Hello everyone. Tim in Nebraska
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Ellen Deem Oct 22
TODAY Join and me 7:00 PM EDT for part three of our four-part series CHARACTER MATTERS WHEN CLIMBING STEPS NOT MOUNTAINS. Thank you for retweeting:)
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Mark E. Weston Ph.D. Oct 22
Welcome to -- here are the questions. Get ready
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John Kline Oct 22
John Kline. Director - WeVideo education team. California.
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