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Meredith Johnson - #BookCampPD Dec 10
Many are mentioning how important trust is when being a helpful mentor. Save this graphic below as the key words are ones you can reflect back on.
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Megan Anderson Dec 14
“Our brains are wired for connection, but trauma rewires them for protection. That’s why healthy relationships are wounded for people.” It’s important to note trauma doesn’t tell time💕
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Tara 23h
We hope to see you this Tuesday at 9EST for a great chat with the amazing as she discusses "Leading students, families, and staff in Unconventional Ways"!!
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Meredith Johnson - #BookCampPD Dec 10
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!! My gosh that Jay Posick is one heck of an insightful guy!!
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Christine Bemis Dec 10
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Britney Ballin Dec 10
Hi everyone! Britney, pre-K-6 principal in Arkansas.
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C. Ravesi-Weinstein Dec 10
Good evening ! Christine from MA! So happy to be here. I'm excited for another great chat; this time on mentoring.
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Dec 10
Q5: Share one DO and one DON’T for a first-time mentor.
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Jay Posick Dec 10
A1 My real mentors aren't on the Twitters. My parents have been my model and my guide for 55 years!
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Tara 10h
Anyone interested in working for our amazing district?? We would love to see if you are a great fit as a 6th grade ELA teacher!
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Jim Goetz Dec 10
A1) I was encouraged by my mentor never to give up. Steph Goltz told me that time will be good and times will be bad. Try to learn from both and you will make it in this profession and that was 25 years ago.
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Christine Bemis Dec 10
A5 share your heart, share your time, treasures & talents & please do not try to make them into a mini-you
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Joseph Jones Dec 10
Glad to be here tonight! I hope everyone is doing great!
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Bethany Hill🌟#JoyfulLeaders Dec 14
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Dec 10
Q6: Share impactful Tweeps to follow that have supported YOUR growth and we can follow to support our growth.
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Tara Dec 10
Happy Birthday to my colleague and friend, Chris! Let’s wish Chris a happy birthday!!
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Dec 10
Q4: What is one unwritten rule a mentor must make a mentee aware of in a school?
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Dec 10
Voxer is a great way to connect and continue supporting others
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Basil Marin, Ed.S. Dec 11
Humbled to have the opportunity to facilitate first "Coffee and Chat" at today. We want to embrace our diversity and connect with our EL parents on a personal level!!
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Coach Rob Dec 10
A5- DON’T think you can’t learn from your mentee. DO support experimention. What works for you may not work for them, you are a guide to help them find their own path...
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