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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
If you were in charge of a national pandemic plan--what would you do? W/lack of Presidential leadership, perhaps we have to crowdshare problem solving this deadly dilemma. Here are my thoughts:
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Lisa Nelson Oct 24
To must also follow the LAWS! This includes MA GL T XII Chapt 71B Sec3 AND the MANDATE. Keep spreading the awareness! đź’•
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
still doesn't have a plan for the raging, deadly pandemic. I have started a plan, what would you add:
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Lisa Nelson Oct 23
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
I was amazed when I looked at the extraordinary teaching my former team is doing at elementary school--dedicated teachers continue to inspire best of students while helping families too.
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Maureen Devlin 17h
This would be a great song for T's to share w/students--also writing lyrics can be a great activity during this time -- studying the power of song at challenging times. Watched this yesterday that relates:
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Maureen Devlin Oct 27
This is a time where unions/state ed system can get behind teachers, focus on the good that is happening, hear their voices, work for their safety, and build strong family-school teams.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 23
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Maureen Devlin Oct 27
I've read your ideas about 16-year-olds registering to vote--I'd like to add these details to your idea.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 27
Educators, think about what's working now, think about how you can collaborate/share ideas, tools, lessons--streamline, simplify and let what's most important rise. This is time of great ed change, and educators in the field are the change agents. I honor them.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
I'd like to see nutrition/food programs move from schools to communities instead--I think it's better to have community food centers.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 27
Happy to take part in this chat. this will be a great chat for inspiring your teaching, learning, service work
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
What can we do for education - while students/teachers are learning virtually--buildings, school yards, programs, leadership structure can be improved, reimagined, changed for post-pandemic school life.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
What can we do better in education - we can move to virtual learning from November - March and focus on best possible pedagogy for online learning--this will be a gift to students that will keep giving back.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
What can we do for education - we can formalize share of new practices, best pedagogies, what works to help all educators across USA
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
What can we do for education - we have to think deeply about our every increasing interrelatedness and how that affects education for every student.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
What we can do better in education - we can make sure every family has WIFI and tech devices during this time.
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Maureen Devlin 17h
I believe television is a medium that is underused w/regard to virtual learning--example ed leaders could post a weekly message via a TV channel for all to see--message to inspire. It can be a source of common interest, discussion, resources.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 26
What we can better do in education - we can make better use of awesome lessons via television.
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Maureen Devlin Oct 27
How do you react to the layers of knowing: How does this affect the learning/teaching you do, the advocacy/conversations/debate you engage in?
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