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Michael Horton 4h
"I’ve identified three interrelated areas that either propel or inhibit a child’s success in school: Connection, Capability, and Confidence."
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Michael Horton Apr 20
"Students who are loved at home come to school to learn, and those who aren't, come to school to be loved." Jimmy Casas,
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Jimmy Casas Apr 16
3 responses we as educators need to put to rest. 1. That’s the way we’ve always done it. 2. We tried that before. 3. I don’t need your help.
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Jimmy Casas 16h
Failure recovery is a skill set we can all benefit from. Accept the fact our lives will be filled w/"oops moments" & "what was I thinking" moments. Lets model to our kids that failures don't have 2 equate to long-term doom. Commit 2 working thru them.
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Jimmy Casas Apr 18
I’m in favor of schools providing instructional coaches 2 support teachers in the classroom. What if we focused on cultivating an environment where all Ts saw themselves as an instructional leader? We can. High expectations plus support & opportunity.
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Michael Horton Apr 20
"It is a moral and ethical imperative that we be champions for all students. We must model this for others, never wavering... We must persevere when we might be deterred... keeping the long-term success of students in mind."
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Jimmy Casas Apr 19
When our interactions w/others are not positive or we don’t get the results or validation we had hoped for, shift your mindset & think, “Maybe they just weren’t ready for me today.” Don’t give up b/c it doesn’t mean they won’t be ready the next time.
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Michael Horton Apr 20
"Culturize: To cultivate a community of learners by behaving in a kind, caring, honest, and compassionate manner in order to challenge and inspire each member of the school community to become more than they ever thought possible."
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Jimmy Casas Apr 13
Two things I have learned throughout my career as an educator, Students, like adults, want to be treated fairly & believe that we care about them. I mean truly care about them, even when they let us down. Let's not make it about us.
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Tyler Arnold Apr 17
Expecting excellence from yourself is a choice. Striving for excellence each day is a lifestyle.
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Michael Horton Apr 20
"More than ever, I am convinced that leadership matters. It matters a lot. Everyone has the capacity to lead and we need our best people leading." Jimmy Casas,
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Michael Horton 12h
"We can achieve this by focusing on the three Rs: relationships… relationships…relationships. Getting to know our students on a more personal level…is vital to creating a classroom culture where every child feels valued and understood"
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Chris George Apr 13
Remember your purpose. Remember your why!
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Jimmy Casas Apr 14
Early on in my career as a principal I often allowed some staff to underperform & then complained to others about it. As I matured & evolved in my role as a school leader I realized that I too was underperforming...in my role as principal.
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Michelle Wooten Apr 17
I didn't get the math coach position, but I DO get to stay with my kids! It was an honor to interview and I HAVE been invited to help with math professional development, and that is something I love as well!
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Esther Park Apr 17
When someone says, "I would never want your job." Pause. What is causing that sentiment? What do they believe to be true? How will I clarify misconceptions? How do my words and actions affect their perception? (My PLC finished reading 's today! 🌈📚👍)
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𝔸𝕞𝕪 𝕊𝕥𝕠𝕣𝕖𝕣 10h
Check out my blog post about how I took the idea of "ChoppED PD" and used it with an Easter theme for my teachers! TY to for giving me this experience in New Orleans!
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Tracy S-O,Ed.D 16h
When adults commit to the focus on learning, mistakes, do-overs, and reflection become part of the culture!
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Orit Gately Apr 17
A3: by shifted my thinking tremendously. The change implemented was all about the importance of building relationships. So now, it's all about the three R's.
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Shannon Dodson Ed.S. Apr 18
What if we provided coaches to administrators? We can fundamentally change the supervisor role in a way that principals report that they’re feeling more supported and equipped. .
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