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тσм ℓσυ∂ Apr 20
Language of Great School Leaders: 1. How can I help? 2. What do you think? 3. Your work is changing lives! 4. I trust you 5. I appreciate your commitment 6. Thank you for working hard 7. I was wrong 8. I'm sorry 9. Do you have the tools you need? 10. I've got your back
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Weston Kieschnick Apr 15
3 Truths Every Teacher Knows: 💡To love this job, you MUST love kids. This is a non-negotiable. 💡Be prepared, but flexible. Plans will change. If they don’t, you’re not listening. 💡Your most successful moments may be invisible. You learn of them years later.
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zellie Apr 15
From K-12 how many Black male teachers did you have?
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Dr. Jessica Stephens Apr 21
If we truly want to reach all students and educators we have to love them first.💯
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тσм ℓσυ∂ Apr 20
If instruction for the year stops after state testing, we have communicated to students that coming to school is all about testing. Keep the level of instruction HIGH, EVERY DAY! The rest of your year is going to be the best of your year!
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Brian Mendler Apr 20
Teach kids to pick their heads up in class. Not bc it’s disrespectful to the teacher. Bc if you don’t hold your own head high why would others think highly of you? It’s about respect & dignity for them, not us.
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David Geurin Apr 20
Professional learning shouldn’t be viewed as something we HAVE to do. It’s something we GET to do! The most effective educators are continuous and enthusiastic learners.
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тσм ℓσυ∂ Apr 17
The difference between the Teacher you are today and the Teacher you'll be in five years will be determined by the books you read and the Teachers you surround yourself with.
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тσм ℓσυ∂ Apr 21
HOME...the first school PARENT...the first teacher READING...the first subject
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MindShift Apr 15
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David Geurin Apr 15
People on a path of purpose don’t have time for drama. Lift up, don’t tear down. Toxic words are poison, including for the person speaking them or sharing them on social media.
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Dave Burgess Apr 18
Testing season mixed with end of the year stresses can make this stretch hard for teachers. Self-care is essential. "The Danger of Never Being Done" is REAL...I wrote about it here:
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Weston Kieschnick Apr 20
The single most common factor for children who develop resilience is at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive adult. - CDC; Harvard University
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Steve Wyborney Apr 18
Courtesy of the Estimation Clipboard and the many lessons that will be added over the next several weeks...
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Dr. Marcia Tate Apr 19
Remember to feed your faith—in yourself, in goodness, in hope—more than you feed your fears.
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Alex Corbitt Apr 16
30 Brain Breaks for Kids (& Adults)! 🤔🧠🏃🏽‍♂️🏃🏾‍♀️🙌🎲 (by )
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Dr. Marcia Tate Apr 20
is never about a title. It's about your attitude, passion to make a difference, and willingness to learn.
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David Geurin Apr 19
Expect to succeed even when the odds are stacked against you. We all have limits, but we don’t have to live like we have limits.
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Jeff Hiser 17h
"When you know better, you do better." - Maya Angelou
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MindShift Apr 16
"When we step in and solve their problems for them, what we really communicate is, 'I'm afraid you can't do it well enough, so I'm going to do it for you.' and that starts fear of failure.' Step back, let them make choices"
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