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Stephanie Glanz Oct 20
Replying to @CohenD
A7: I'm working hard to develop more consistent restorative practices with my discipline system. Our staff is doing a book study together using "Better than Carrots or Sticks." Hoping to work collaboratively on school culture.
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Doug Kriedeman, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 20
A1: Started working with elementary students in HS. Was sure my electronics degree would be my career though. Switched to Biology degree with a teaching focus in sophmore year of college. My electronics teacher in HS was a major influence.
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Leila Sackfield Oct 20
A2: I remember one of my first “lessons” as a first year 1st grade teacher. Never send them to use glitter independently.
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Howard K. Kiyuna Oct 20
A1: I knew I wanted to work with kids. After 13 years in Early Childhood I decided I needed a teaching credential.
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Rick Stevens Oct 20
Replying to @CohenD
A2: I remember my first day like it was yesterday. I stood in front of a class of third graders. I ran out of everything I had planned after the first half hour. I had a realization, "I need to know more than I do now."
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Catlin Tucker Oct 20
Student Agency: What Do Students Want to Create to Demonstrate Their Learning?
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Doug Kriedeman, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 20
A4: As a cisgender white male, everything about my identity was valued. Like a fish who says, "What is water?" I never understood what my white privilege meant. So important to understand our context and what we create for students.
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Kirsten Farrell Oct 20
A5 Authenticity ... my kids know I am exactly who I am in front of them, at their games or out in public.
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Bridget Gengler Oct 20
A1: I decided to go into teaching my last year of college. It definitely was a sudden revelation- I started tutoring young children and realized that I wanted to pursue that more.
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Bridget Gengler Oct 20
A2: At year 25, I don't remember exactly the first day but I do remember the first day that I stepped onto the campus and met my principal. i knew instantly I was in the right place. My memories of the first year revolve around the relationships with Ss and parents.
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Tim Vesco Oct 20
A2: I thought I had everything ready to go for my first day of teaching. I realized I didn’t when I went through everything on my lesson plans before lunch!
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Karla Orosco Oct 20
A1) decided in high school after volunteering almost all 4 years in our hospital. Learned medical careers not for me. I wanted to teach & coach softball.
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David B. Cohen Oct 20
Here comes Q7 with no warning!! Q7: What’s something you’re currently learning about or working on to strengthen your professional knowledge or practice?
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Kirsten Farrell Oct 20
A3 Worst memory as a student ... My 2nd Grade Teacher taped each of our mouths shut one by one. Always found it interesting that my first teaching job was as a 2nd grade teacher.
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Dr. Scott M. Petri Oct 20
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David B. Cohen Oct 20
Q2: What’s your first teaching memory? Do you remember the first day? The first class you taught? What stands out the most about that memory?
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Jennifer Park Oct 20
Hi everyone! I am new! Jen Park, a student at Chapman, on the way to be a teacher
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David B. Cohen Oct 20
A4: I had a pretty easy time fitting in overall. The only issues came up when I missed school for Jewish holidays and some teachers reacted in ways that seemed to imply their lessons were just as important (or more important)
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David B. Cohen Oct 20
Q8….Time running out but answer before you go! Everyone wants to know! Q8: Outside of your professional work, what’s your superpower– something you excel at, or that energizes you?
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Dr. Scott M. Petri Oct 21
Trying to leave school and get home early to make this by 4 PT.
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