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Kody Carver Jan 26
Try and make the conversation real world and have students connect to that, as well as have them look up facts from different sources.
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Chris Quinn~ #SameHere Dec 30
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dailySTEM (Chris Woods) Dec 29
A4: Changes for me as an educator in 2020? ✅ remember that kids have struggles at home ✅ react less, listen more ✅ encourage kids to take responsibility for their choices
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Amy Mello Dec 29
A7: Thank you for all that you do!
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Jim Goetz Nov 17
A2) Making it a priority to connect w/ Ss -- at the door, in the café, in the hallway, in the parking lot -- it doesn't matter -- Ts need to make connections w/ Ss. There are too many Ss come into our bidgs that suffer from trauma from poverty in many forms.
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Kody Carver Jan 26
As Teachers our main role should be to show ours students that they deserve to be heard and to be confident in what they want to say.
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Inside SEL May 4
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💡Leslie Brown💡 May 17
Y’all are the best to collaborate with! I can’t wait to go back and really read the comments. Our school communities need us to be intentional and to have a calming plan. I want to use the ideas of the best to be ready to help!
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TN AltEd Association Mar 15
Always pertinent - maybe even more so now. tonight!
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Ms. Herbert May 3
A5: I ❤️ this question! My dream is that we choose to slow down in a world of hustle and bustle. That we choose to enjoy the little moments in life and cherish the time spent with each other.
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Betsy O'Neill-Sheehan Nov 17
A1: It’s the whole child that walks into the school building everyday. Not the math part of the brain, not the ELA brain, but the whole body, whole brain, whole child.
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LagniappePDX May 3
A5: That we use the skills that we learn here so that students on the move (refugees, migrants, etc) are better able to have school "follow them" and we can make this "new" system more equitable for everyone as we build it.
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jim walters🏊‍♂️🏃🏼‍♂️🚴‍♂️ May 3
It's also a great time to remind folks that can provide some great leadership in the reimagining education process for a post-pandemic world! We already have some great models!
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Laura Brower💫 #SameHere Dec 29
A7) Inspired by Jobs’ Amazing quote! . All amazing educators & authors working hard to amplify Ss voice, lift others up & change the world 🌍 with heartwork & acts of kindness!
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Todd Shriver Dec 29
A1 Continuing to build our speaker program at North White HS (Indiana). Celebrate the 20th anniversary of our 1980s class where it all started with Mark Goodman. Looking to reaching out to more resources in the future.
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Roman Nowak May 17
“What sets you apart can sometimes feel like a burden and it’s not. And a lot of the time, it’s what makes you great.” -Emma Stone We need your heart. We need your gifts. YOU are needed.
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Mike Zeman Mar 1
A2: the school staff must operate as one family; knowing that each voice and idea is valued and that action plans to reach goals must be generated together.
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Will Melbye #powerofchoice Mar 8
A4: Right now, we have a coding program in grades K-8. Quarterly we have Epic Showcases, where we invite parents to come in to witness what their kids have created over the past 7 weeks. The S are so excited to show what they have done, and they end up teaching the P!
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Stacey Green Dec 29
A7: I happen to be in my office tonight so I’ll share one that is right here...365 New Days, 365 New chances. . Happy New Year!
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Jennifer Eyre Mar 1
A4: For me, building those relationships is how positivity develops!
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