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Dr. TJ Winkelmann Sep 20
Replying to @MOedchat
A1: Recognizing we can promote safety of our students within our school, but the Web reaches so much further. We must advocate, educate, and collaborate.
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Alexandria Money Sep 13
Replying to @MOedchat
Today, I sat before my toughest class and we talked about grit. It got very human. I told them I could be better and that I’d been discouraged, but that I wanted to grow with them. It made worlds of difference to be entirely honest with them.
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Josh Howard Sep 20
Hey y'all! I'm Josh, tech coach in Fulton.
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Dan Miller Sep 13
Q4: Not a fan. I think the displays like this are well intended, but what about the student who doesn’t care or never reaches that goal? Side conversations and taking time to praise students individually builds relationships and has a more profound effect.
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Andy Wall Sep 13
A5 An award? No. But a special privilege? I think it is real life that those can be taken away... may be unpopular, but we are trying to get kids ready for the real world right? Look at famous people recently making bad decisions, they lose their job
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Josh Howard Sep 13
A3 You have GOT TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS. It will be the best and most lasting thing you can do to improve the behavior of your Ss. Learn something about them. Talk to them about their interests. Invest in them and they will do anything for you.
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Andy Wall Sep 13
If we were to do one of those most common word-art pieces on this chat the two biggest ones would be "relationships" and "engagement"
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Beth Houf Sep 13
Thank you friends! We added a little more sparkle this year with the Wall of Distinction.
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Dr. TJ Winkelmann Sep 13
Replying to @MOedchat
A3: Often times the reason behind the behavior will break your heart more than the behavior. Don’t ever take it personal.
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Andy Wall Sep 13
Replying to @hoffmanteambret
I get that, but I'm trying to say that if you are given a special job, one that let's you help other people/role model, but at the same time you are not living true to that, like bullying or something outside of that role, then you shouldn't have that role
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Josh Howard Sep 13
Replying to @GambillJulie
I do think you need to have different options for different situations. A lot of our kids don't work in the same system. It doesn't mean you continue to hold students to a standard they can't meet. You figure out a another way.
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Melissa Halstead PhD Sep 13
Replying to @MOedchat
Own the room. When I watch and observe new teachers, many are afraid to create a strong presence in the room.
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Christopher Sep 13
Be careful is addicting!
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Andy Wall Sep 13
Replying to @gvtechteach
That same language piece is so important. I didn't really get it until I became a specials teacher and see every kid in the building.
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Theresa Taylor Sep 20
A5 No only do I google myself each year, it is part of an annual lesson.
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Josh Howard Sep 13
Replying to @GambillJulie
Nothing will get your hard headed discipline issues to straighten up like giving them something interesting to do.
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Alexandria Money Sep 13
Replying to @ShannonSteimel
It’s 38 minutes past my bedtime but this is worth it!
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Josh Howard Sep 13
Andy on this chat right now
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Joanne Fuchs Sep 20
A4 It's an "as you go" kind of thing. Embedded in practice.
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Marvin Byrd 5m
One reason why you shouldn't skip building relationships with students.
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