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Beth Houf Mar 28
It’s helped me to use forms to keep me organized as I check in. Some share what supports they need and some don’t answer. It’s important that I look at all that data. Props to for the idea spark.
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Rob Martinez, Ed.D. Mar 28
Q1 (2-Parts) As we broach the future of education, have you considered looking beyond the curve to see a new future? What do you see as a successful outcomes for our students?
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Rob Martinez, Ed.D. Mar 28
Good morning to you all! I'm AKA of --and today's moderator for Who is out there with us this morning. Quick intro, and let's get to leading!
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Cori Orlando 4h
This is gold, right now. Been reflecting on this very thing- made me recognize some behaviors in myself that I need to release to replace with others.
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Greg Moffitt Mar 28
A2: I’m realizing just how important it is to check-in with people 1:1. To ask how they’re doing. To truly listen. To offer help. For me, that’s hard to do during a normal school day, let alone in the midst of crisis education. It’s a skill I want to get better at.
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Beth Houf Mar 28
A3: The only data we are collecting is which kids and families are we not hearing from so that we can ensure they are doing ok. Our focus is RELATIONSHIPS, reinforcing and reviewing past skills and enriching.
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Jay Posick Mar 28
A1 I've been looking to the future, and the future is Monday. Our students and staff took some real risks during our first days of virtual learning. I think that some things will change but one thing must remain- relationships.
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Rob Martinez, Ed.D. Mar 28
Q2 -on the way! We must continue to evolve! What skills might you need to hone to remain focused on the success of your crew?
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Mandi Figlioli #magicinthemaking Mar 31
I became an administrator to amplify my impact. These have been the most challenging days of my career, yet I am grateful to have a seat at the table when these unprecedented decisions are being made. It’s an honor to advocate for teachers, students and parents
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Dr. VaShawn Smith Mar 21
A4: My staff has put together a virtual spirit week that we will be engaging in a week from Monday. Also using Zoom to meet with staff and student.
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Chris Legleiter Mar 21
A2. “The smartest person in the room, is the room.” I must remind myself to be humble and vulnerable enough to admit I don’t have all the answers but collectively our staff and students will figure it out. Great people. Empower others.
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Annick Rauch Mar 31
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Melanie Rucker Mar 19
Principal Friends: As we are navigating these corona virus waters with and for our teachers, staff and families, I know we are missing the children just as much! What are some ways you are connecting with the children and families personally? ,
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Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 Mar 21
A4: For My EL families, I realized that a phone call is a more personal way to stay in touch than social media mediums. So I’ll keep calling 🤷🏽‍♀️
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Chris Legleiter Mar 21
A3. Important to remember “less is more” and focus on most important things: taking care of others, modeling positivity, clear messaging and supporting staff and kids.
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Liz Garden 20h
Learning that u have to look for shining moments, We need the positive, the hope. Today this message was one for me. So proud of my Ts, so proud of all the educators who are remembering that relationships is the most important remote learning that we need right now
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Sanée Bell, Ed.D. Mar 21
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Jeff Nelson Apr 2
A great reminder. We're all first year teachers now. Be patient with and supportive of teachers! By the way, this applies to all educators!
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Dr. Tony Sinanis Mar 21
1 min reflection from my run... thinking about how we can continue to nurture positive relationships & culture during distance learning! Relationships have a direct impact on learning! Thoughts?
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