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тσм ℓσυ∂ Jul 15
Benefits of Books!
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Wayne Miller Jul 16
As all the teachers and school leaders begin to zero in on another school year, be sure that your conversation focus on what’s right for your kiddos. Remember the passion of your first year and blend it with the skill of the many years
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Brad Weinstein Jul 15
It's very important to show students your passion for what you teach. It's even more important to help students find their own passions.
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David Geurin Jul 17
It is not our mistakes, but our response to our mistakes that ultimately defines us. 1. Admit the mistake 2. Correct the mistake 3. Learn from the mistake 4. Avoid repeating the mistake 5. Rise above the mistake You are greater than your mistakes. Be great!
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Dr. Marcia Tate Jul 17
It’s important to remember where those lines are, isn’t it?
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Jeff Hiser Jul 16
"Education does not change the world. changes people. People change the world." - Paulo Freire
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Tᴏᴅᴅ Fɪɴʟᴇʏ Jul 17
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Dr. Tony Sinanis Jul 15
Independent reading time during the school day must be a non-negotiable (K-12)! When we give our kids time to read, we give them time to think, imagine & reflect! Reading = thinking = learning!
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Jul 13
Bloom never said students must always "know the basics" BEFORE engaging in higher order thinking. The assumption that students have to memorize factual knowledge before they can think critically will keep them from fully experiencing meaningful learning.
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Brian Mendler 6h
Two of the most important keys to working with your toughest kids: 1. Flexibility. 2. Forgiveness. Don’t waver on either.
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Weston Kieschnick Jul 17
Success has a price. It costs: ▪️Time ▪️Effort ▪️Hardship ▪️Disappointment ▪️Criticism Despite the sacrifice, it’s never as costly as a life lived in fear of failure.
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Angela Maiers - Keynote | Author | Change Maker Jul 18
If you don't first secure students' hearts, you don't have a shot at their brains.
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Bethany Hill🌟#JoyfulLeaders Jul 16
Sometimes we take a child’s behavior as a personal attack on us. It can be hurtful, both emotionally and physically. The child’s history (or current reality) is what we are battling, and remembering this helps us see what need(s) the child is communicating to us.
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Alex Corbitt Jul 16
13 Tips for Vocabulary Instruction 📚🏞🚛📖🌏 (by )
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Alex Corbitt Jul 17
33 Transferable Skills from the Classroom to the Real-World 👥🌏🎯💻💡🎨🎬🎭🛠⚖️ (by )
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Alex Corbitt Jul 15
31 Tips to Build a Mathematical Mindset Community 🤔👥📊💡💯 (by )
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Wendy Wirtz Jul 18
"The label of F and 0 teaches nothing compared to the helping students learn to recover from mistakes." @SBGSuccess
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Brian Mendler Jul 16
An expectation should always tell a kid specifically what to do & must be measurable. A value should always answer why they do it & can be broad. Expectation: Keep hands & feet to yourself (specific & measurable). Value: Respecting personal space is important.
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David Geurin Jul 14
A worse punishment is not the solution to helping kids make better choices. We must address the underlying causes and not just the symptoms. Bad behavior is often a misdirected attempt to fill an emotional need.
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David Geurin Jul 14
Six big influences on who you will become... 1. What you watch 2. What you read 3. What you listen to 4. Who you spend your time with 5. The things you say to yourself 6. The thoughts you choose to accept
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