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Emily Paschall Jul 6
All πŸ‘€ are on educators right now. What we say (or don’t say) matters. Lead with confidence, not fear. Speak with positivity, not doom and gloom. And most importantly, keep kids as the #1 focus. We’ve got this!
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Chetan agarwal Jul 4
and a Little cute kid try something at last successfully attempting his mission, reason his father counseled motivated the cuteness relationship a father and his baby
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Adam Welcome Jul 8
Thank you to everyone for participating in the chat tonight, I hope you have an amazing rest of your week!
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Adam Welcome Jul 7
Signing a stack of books and mailing to teachers!
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Chetan agarwal Jul 10
Replying to @cctvidiots @Kisszhel16
and a cute girl running first time then feeling -- the person with a combative attitude who always wins.
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#PrincipalProject Jul 11
"We can no longer avoid discussing topics that make us uncomfortable," says leader . Here, she shares 5 strategies for implementing "Fearless SEL" in your school community:
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Adam Welcome Jul 8
Welcome to the chat tonight - introduce yourself and a GIF of how you’re currently feeling!
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Duane Dorshorst Jul 11
So what do you do when Prom is postponed until July 11th and the kids ask if you will grill the ribeyes donated by the local feed yard? You do what you always do..... serve the kids! Thank you
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Lindsy Stumpenhorst Jul 8
A4 if I could tell ONE thing about education... β€œPublic educators across the country create magic every single day...and I wish you could appreciate what they continually do without your support.. Now imagine what they could do WITH it.”
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Dr. Angela Reyna Jul 4
Yesterday I was so happy to open my front door and receive an unexpected delivery from Ms. Chavez, my kindergarten teacher, who continues to inspire me. Wow. 😭Never underestimate the power of a teacher. ❀️
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Jami Fowler-White, NBCT Jul 10
Educator Reflection Tip #67: School Reopening: Are you a silent bystander or an advocate for children? #EducatorsCAN#BeSolutionDriven
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Elizabeth King ➑️Learning Reimagined 2020 Jul 11
πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Digital worksheets, no matter how creative & Pinteresty they may be, are still worksheets. As you plan, don't "throw away your shot" to include ways for your students to show their creativity & demonstrate their learning through voice & choice!
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Dr. Angela Reyna Jul 6
When you hold a voluntary faculty meeting during summer vacation and over 100 faculty and staff members still show up. Wow. That’s culture. Our kids deserve it.πŸ–€πŸ’›
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Mrs. A Jul 7
No one knows what next school year will look like, but one thing will remain the same. My students will always be recognized and celebrated!
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Adam Welcome Jul 8
Q1 - Do we start school in person this fall? If no - why? If yes - how?
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Mathew Portell Jul 10
The things that make you go hmmmm...
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Abe Hege Jul 9
Members of the leadership team joined me as we walked in downtown GSO & reflected on the beautiful artwork, our why & also how far we still need to go. I’m honored to serve a staff that believes in spreading truth and positivity daily! Our !
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Adam Welcome Jul 8
I'm moderating the chat tonight and can't decide what the topic should be? Who has topic ideas or question ideas - drop them in! Thanks!
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Adam Welcome Jul 8
A1 - I think schools should open in the fall because edu is so important - but I don’t think we’re ready to open up. - We need lower case numbers. - We need testing for teachers, just like the for players. - We need more money for resources and people.
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