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Steven Weber Jul 15
The Elephant In The Room: Questions Students Ask About Their New Teacher 1. Can I trust you? 2. Do you want me to be successful? 3. Do you know me? (Relationships) 4. Why is your class important? (Relevance) 5. How can I show you what I know? (Personalized)
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Dr. Marcia Tate Jul 18
If you think being a leader means you’re the important one, think again. A good leader is someone who focuses on bringing the best out of those he leads, not someone who is focused on his status and importance as a leader.
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Brian Mendler Jul 14
Teachers w few behaviors have the following in common: 1. Provides very little down time. 2. Mingles w kids before class. 3. Asks lots of questions. 4. Rarely gets offended. 5. Switches up teaching styles.
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Josh Stumpenhorst Jul 17
If you are a librarian (or any teacher really) and a kid askes to read a book you think is too hard/easy for them, let them read it. Period. Never discourage a reader.
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MindShift Jul 19
All students benefit from rich, authentic learning tasks that make what is being taught come to life. However, project-based learning and similar opportunities are frequently reserved for students in accelerated programs
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Patrick 🏄🏻‍♂️ Jul 13
SOCIAL EXPERIMENT: If you come across this tweet, reply with the grade you were in when you had your first LGBTQ+ teacher.
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Fixing Education Jul 19
This is what a great teacher does for his/her students! A little push to accomplish something that seems insurmountable!
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MindShift Jul 14
Kids don't want your power. They want their own. via Free downloads 👉
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Tᴏᴅᴅ Fɪɴʟᴇʏ Jul 13
Social-Emotional Learning Prompts, because we're made of feelings. Brain Blast
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Roman Nowak Jul 12
“You are a part of a puzzle in someone else’s life. You may never know where you fit. But, someone’s life may never be complete without you in it.” -Bonnie Arbor You make a difference!
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MindShift Jul 13
"When that sense of is there, children throw themselves into the learning environment and when that sense of belonging is not there, children will alienate, they will marginalize, they will step back," says
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Teacher2Teacher Jul 13
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Dr. Marcia Tate Jul 14
Great leaders don't wake up one day and say, "I want people to follow me!” They say, "I want to help others. I want to make a difference." See what you can do to make a difference this week. Have a great Sunday night!
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Brian Aspinall Jul 17
What are the key ingredients to a positive school climate?
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donnie Jul 16
The entire Apollo 11 computer code is available on , and it's incredible:
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MindShift Jul 20
Innovative learning environments have some (or maybe all!) of these elements. What's most important to you? by
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Susan Colton Jul 18
Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself – John Dewey.
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Rolland Chidiac Jul 12
Relationships first. If we aren’t their for the kids, then why are we in EDU?
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Peter DeWitt, Ed.D. Jul 14
Do Principals and Their Administrative Team Need Coaching Too?
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Dr. LaTonya L. Harris 16h
I learned this from Principal Spain: Dress for the position you want, not the position you have. principledecor
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