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Adam Welcome 22h
A4 - Complaining is not a strategy - if you want to be the light and support others….be positive, be energetic, be someone worth following and be their light!
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Adam Welcome Apr 17
I’m giving away TWO copies of for YOU to give away to someone else who hasn’t read it. Who wants a copy to give away? Go!
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Adam Welcome 22h
When and I met so many years ago and started we never had any idea it would become all that it has, thank you to everyone for their support around the mission of doing what’s best for kids, you all are amazing!
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Teri Pendley 23h
A1: It’s hard to pick just one but I would have to say getting connected! Reading KDI and discovering twitter around the same time changed me as an educator. We need each other!
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Kids Deserve It Apr 17
Q2: For years I've seen teachers spend so much time decorating the walls of their classrooms. Do you think it has any positive impact on student learning? Why or why not?
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Karen Caswell 23h
A1: It reignited my passion for being a teacher, and reminded me that relationships with our students are absolutely vital.
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Karen Caswell 23h
A2: What's your message? What are you projecting? How will you be perceived? And, Leave it in the car...and Relationships Matter...and Everyone needs a cheerleader...and - you get the picture! 😉
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Sherri Apr 17
A4: Please, oh, please make standardized testing go away so we can actually get back to teaching kids what they NEED to know.
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Kim Griesbach 23h
A2: First of all, I’d recommend the whole book, but if I had to pick one chapter... Chapter 5 - Make That Phone Call. This profession is all about relationships & we know that phone calls & or positive messages home go a long way with relationships!
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Brandi Miller Apr 17
A2: My walls are decorated w/ positive sayings that I hope motivate & encourage my Ss. It may not have a direct impact academically, but I believe it creates a happy environment!!
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Becky Biedermann Apr 17
A4: My wish would be that ALL Ss could feel safe, loved, needed, respected, smart and valued! Every kid, every day!!
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Brandi Miller 23h
A1: I read as I headed into my 10th year of teaching! It rejuvenated me & helped me redefine my WHY!! Because of KDI, I became a better educator & learned the importance of being connected!!
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Adam Welcome Apr 17
A4- I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. If I had one wish for education, I would pay off every single student loan for public school teachers so they had zero debt. It’s a wish, and hopefully someday it will come true!
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Adam Welcome Apr 17
A2 x2 - If you are putting stuff on the walls, it needs to be student created and not store-bought, if anything at all - always love student artwork and anchor charts for reading/writing workshop!
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Kids Deserve It 22h
Thank you so much for joining and & for moderating! Keep the converstion going all week long with the hashtag!
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Kids Deserve It 23h
Q3: What change did 'Kids Deserve It' inspire you to make?
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Stacy Benton Apr 17
A2: My walls are student and content focused, because it’s all about them!
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Brandi Miller Apr 17
A1: I ❤️ my classroom setup but if I had unlimited funds to transform it, I’d love to bring in more flexible setting options & create some cozy nooks for reading! Also, a few fun collaborative work stations!
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Ready, Set, Coteach! (Allyson, John, & Ashley) Apr 17
Replying to @KidsDeserveIt
A2: YES! Kids respond when they’re in a safe, comfortable space where they feel like they belong. If it’s fun too that’s a plus! 🤗
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Heather Williams 23h
A2 - This goes with my answer for the first question. "Don't Live on an Island." I teach at a very small school with only 5 teachers. It is so important to expand beyond those walls to learn and be innovative for my students.
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