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Kids Deserve It Jul 10
Q2: If you could tell your 'first year teacher' self some advice, what would it be?
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Adam Welcome Jul 10
A4 - If I were The Sec of Edu….. 1. No more student loans for any teacher, the gov would pay them off. 2. ALL decisions we make MUST be good for kids, not for politicians. 3. More recess, NO homework, ample funding for schools and PAY TEACHERS A LIVING WAGE!
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Laurie McIntosh Jul 10
A1: Helping facilitate dreams coming true for our learners
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Kristi Ryan Jul 10
A1: Pouring into the lives of kids and watching them grow not only academically but socially and emotionally as well!
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Adam Welcome Jul 10
It’s always a good day for a book giveaway. 5 copies of 5 copies of 5 copies of Who wants a book and why? I’ll choose the winners by Thursday morning. Go!
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Emily Paschall Jul 10
A2: Love kids first. Then teach your heart out. In that order! Plain and simple. ❤️
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Kids Deserve It Jul 10
Q3: Think about your PLN - who is someone that you know and maybe haven't even met in person, that you would most like to work with at a school?
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Adam Welcome Jul 10
Thank you SO community, I absolutely love being a part of this amazing group of people and moderating this chat - have an amazing rest of your week!
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Adam Welcome Jul 10
A2 - Dear 1st Yr Teacher Adam! - don’t wait to make decisions, especially if they’re good for kids - if you have grumpy colleagues, let them be grumpy, focus on what you can control and your students - just because you aren’t the Principal, you’re still a leader!!!
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Greg Moffitt Jul 10
Hey ! Jumping in late... I’m Greg, an elementary school principal from Northern California! A1: The part of education that makes me the most happy is watching students & teachers change the world. Being able to help support their ideas is energizing & inspiring.
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Matt Pittinato Jul 10
A1: I love to see the pride Ts have when their Ss accomplish monumental goals.
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Kids Deserve It Jul 10
Q1: What part of being in education makes you the most happy?
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Emily Paschall Jul 10
A1: Those moments when the hard work & passion we’ve put into S’s pays off & you get to witness it!... Ex: When you see the impact your team has had on a child who struggled with behavior & is now intrinsically motivated to succeed bc of the relationships formed.
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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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Dr. Ryan Andrews Jul 10
Replying to @KidsDeserveIt
A2 RELATIONSHIPS FIRST!
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Leah Heerema, MSIT Jul 10
A1: Listening to students. They have a lot to say when you let them. :)
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Todd Nesloney Jul 14
Oh my. I love this book sooooo much. A gorgeous story where every page is an illustration of different “mother” and child combination with the underlying message that whoever I call “mom” doesn’t have to look like me at all to love me.
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Joshua Stamper Jul 14
🎉🎉Book Giveaway!🎉🎉 To enter, go to to sign up for the Aspire Newsletter. The giveaway will end on Friday, July 19th, 2019 at 7pm CST. The winner will be able to choose one of three books!
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Hunter Theret Jul 14
Two of my favorite things: an inspiring book and the beach 🏝 “But we didn’t chose to become educators because it was easy. We chose to become educators so we could change lives and impact future generations.”
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Roman Nowak Jul 14
“Never think that you don’t have enough to give because every single person’s KINDNESS matters.” -RippleKindness You make a difference. You matter. Share your light.
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