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Pamela Hall #STRONGedu 19h
Hi everyone. Super excited to connect & learn tonight. Pamela- elementary engineering teacher. Even with all the unknowns and saftey apprehension, I'm super excited to see students when we go back to school. 😀🌟😀
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✨Barbara Bray✨#BeSafe #BeKind #socialjustice 18h
Replying to @donna_mccance
Yes, this ---> learning to be comfortable with the uncomfortable. Change is imminent. Thank you,
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Molly Schaefer 19h
Replying to @bbray27
We are starting hybrid so I’ll only see everyone 2 days a week. My challenge is to create things my Ss can build on when they’re not in my room. And oh, eliminating paper/pencil regurgitation tests is 100% happening with all the support 😊😊😊
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Matt Weimann 18h
A2: I plan to do a lot of this year. That's how I plan to "Push the envelope." I'll bring it right outside!
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Monica Gupta Mehta 18h
A3 If you don't have time right now for the full article, here is a list of ways you can 'envelop' your classroom and students in safety this year!
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Monica Gupta Mehta 18h
A3 My specialty! Here is an article I wrote about incorporating SEL into your virtual classroom - please bookmark and revisit after this chat!! I think you'll each find bits that suit your particular classroom and style. More on my site!
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Craig Shapiro 18h
A4 - last one 1. Model hope 2. Share ideas 3. Listen - not judge 4. Watch my tone 5. Not be afraid to take risks 6. Explain to kids and colleagues that now is the perfect time to take chances. 7. Start with success 8. Finish with positivity.
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Monica Gupta Mehta 18h
A4 In order to be a maverick while still being a team player...one must inspire the team to be mavericks too! 😉 I really do love the 'I statement' when done well...it can help with collaboration and understanding on a team, while still asking for what you need.
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Craig Shapiro 19h
Craig from PA. HPE - and wellness with . So glad to be here.
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✨Barbara Bray✨#BeSafe #BeKind #socialjustice 18h
Thank you to our awesome guest host on Pushing the Envelope & my wonderful co-host . We’ll be archiving this chat & sharing who won my book soon. Join us August 24th w/ Yaritza Villalba on Let's Talk Tech for Remote Teaching
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Traci Nicole Smith, PhD 18h
Bonus: GRATITUDE is the largest motivation for me to push the envelope. It’s not a buzz word. It’s a daily practice. If you are truly grateful for the life you have, you learn to push your boundaries and inspire others to do the same.
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𝒟𝒶𝓌𝓃 𝐻𝒶𝓇𝓇𝒾𝓈, 𝐸𝒹.𝒮. 18h
A1: Full reopening. As an HS teacher, my envelope involves creating a classroom culture that includes bringing students from differing ideological understandings together in hopes of creating a trusting learning community. HS Ss get politics. It will be tough.
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Matt Weimann 19h
Hi everyone! My name is Matt Weimann. I teach 3rd grade in I need to change my ! This is my current "look" "Pushing the envelope" is all about crushing boundaries. My mask pushes the limits of fashion;)
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✨Barbara Bray✨#BeSafe #BeKind #socialjustice 18h
This is wonderful and would like to know more about the Zones of Regulation. Regulating emotions and managing stress is needed for all ages right now. Going to reach out to you to find out more. Thanks!
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Jillian DuBois 18h
Q3: I will envelop them daily in love + respect. Building our relationships to create that trust so that I CAN keep them safe + that they will learn how to STAY safe. Equip them with strategies to be responsible.
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Rita Wirtz 18h
A4: ME. Model everything. In dance of school life, school is wherever we are. We take turns leading & following. Takes two or more to Tango. Teachers need autonomy, as action researchers and thought leaders. Culture of collegiality, collaboration & risk taking.
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Dr. Larry Dake 18h
A2: I think it means, more than ever, knowing that none of us have the whole puzzle by ourselves, not even close. This is my 11th year in administration, and I feel like a first year Assistant Principal again. I think we all do.
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Dr. Larry Dake 19h
A1: We are 6 feet apart, 12-feet if engaged in PE or Music, hybrid model right now, but depending on conditions. We are engaging our Ts and community to put the most impactful plan together we can under these conditions.
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✨Barbara Bray✨#BeSafe #BeKind #socialjustice 18h
SLOW CHAT Bonus Question: How might you help others “Push the Envelope”? And/or who helps you “Push the Envelope”?
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𝒟𝒶𝓌𝓃 𝐻𝒶𝓇𝓇𝒾𝓈, 𝐸𝒹.𝒮. 18h
A3: Beyond keeping things tidy & masking up, I want to show Ss how to respect each other so they can feel emotionally safe as well as physically safe. I want Ss to feel they can be themselves in our classroom despite differing views/perspectives. Culture is 🔑
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