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#WorthyNotes Jul 6
Take note and consider adopting these phrases. A lot of behaviors will be corrected and challenged- all for the better good of our society and marginalized communities. It’s time to learn!
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Pamela Gonzales Jul 9
"Rather than admit a mistake,Nations have gone to war,families have separated and good people have sacrificed everything dear to them. Admitting that you were wrong is just another way to say that you are wiser today than yesterday."
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Old Mutual SA Jul 22
Stand a chance to WIN R5 000. To enter, watch the video then reply below with your answer telling us why you think it’s important to have an emergency fund use the T&C’s apply
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Sara Wink (she/her) Instructional Coach Jul 17
This. We are getting “leveling” wrong! I’ll let you in on a secret-I have two kids and I don’t know their levels. I’ve never purchased a book based on their level. I’ve never checked out a book on their level. Levels aren’t for kids...
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Jen Arberg Jun 2
An educator (in another district) told me today (proudly) that she has different activities in her classroom for her “low-income kids” as well as her “high flyers”. Poor and high-achieving are not opposites. Your words matter. They inform your actions.
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Kimberly D. Manning, MD Jun 29
Replying to @gradydoctor
12/ And no--nobody is perfect. I've been guilty, too. But now? I consciously TRY at names. Even though I fall short sometimes, I work hard until I get it right. And so. PLEASE. Tell me your preferred name. And how to say it. And I will. 👊🏾
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Katie Tielking Jun 22
What a great read about teaching the foundations of reading so EVERY child can read.
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Kathleen Skeals Jul 25
This thread is exactly why we do the work.
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A. Vaughn Jun 16
Current summer read... “Pushout is for everyone who cares about children, especially teachers, administrators and policymakers, whose decisions big and small shape how black girls learn and live.”
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mckenna@gallery-b.net Jun 4
A4: All students benefit from diverse teachers, especially students of color. And yet, the teacher workforce does not reflect the growing diversity of the nation. See why it matters and what can be done in this report.
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Coach Hanes Jun 7
Replying to @CoachHanes
In case you thought you were hydrated, you’re probably not 🥵
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ProVerb Jun 29
I teach my son to always have a firm grip on his finances, to think about his future & not to be distracted by instant gratification. He knows my mistakes, so as to not repeat them. Building generational wealth. How do you empower your children?
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REACH SOCIETY Jul 25
For those wanting to MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE, here are few suggestions.... ⁦
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@HK Jun 29
My Father taught me to save at a young age and now it's my time to teach boy boy that R1 goes a long way with
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Ernesto Ortiz, Jr. Jul 22
Since we're being vulnerable , I'm embarrassed that for the first 18 years of my educational career, 13 yrs as elem teacher & 5 yrs as elem building leader, I never knew the research on how to effectively teach children how to read.
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WhatsHerName Podcast Jun 5
I tell my students to be wrong in public at least once a day. That doesn't mean to actively try to be wrong. It means to be willing to engage, listen, learn and have the humility to self-correct. And then DO something about it.
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JNappi Jul 16
Yes, I am okay with that. Advocacy is not easy or comfortable, but it is necessary. We need to be willing to have difficult conversations if we are to achieve equity in basic literacy for all learners. 🙌🏻
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Kelsi Spain Jul 27
Week 3 here we go! This week we’re focusing on our students and how we can support them through equity and inclusion. Can’t wait for these conversations!
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Nikki Jacoby Jun 25
My opinion of people I’ve admired most of my life has changed drastically by the way they conduct themselves on social media and their unwillingness to change
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OG Molefe Jun 29
I’ve come to realise that even though times change, what matters never will. So my plan is to teach lil man not to live beyond his means and save for the future he envisions for himself.
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