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Attendance Works 7h
By promoting a welcoming and affirming , teachers and educators can encourage students to come to school. How do you and your colleagues make every student feel seen and supported at ?
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Sam Drazin Sep 16
Invest in creating a positive climate and culture in schools, everything else will follow.
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Diana Patton Sep 16
School secretaries, YOU matter! You have the POWER to make a difference in everyone’s life because you ARE the front door! Your smile, attitude & energy is everything! 🙌🏽 Fill yourself up FIRST, so that you can give joy, kindness & hope!
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Nicole  Marie Musial 5h
This warms my heart. helping to walk 4K students down the hall.
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Bernissa Serrano 9h
There is always a speed limit! All jokes aside, congrats Ms. Itauma, she is very positive and her smile could always make your day better! Cute idea keep for Elrod, it makes my ♥️ happy to see the difference you have made! is crucial! 🚌
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Kelley Capper 8h
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yainping 方炎彬 20h
Always nice to have a colleague to drop by and ask "heard you were not feel well. How are you now?". People around do sense and care.
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Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah Sep 15
Equity in Education: What We Can Do, What We Can Not | my BAM! Radio Network podcast with Dr. ⁦
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Learning Forward 4h
Research shows that outstanding schools place a priority on attracting, retaining, and developing the best possible teachers; and they encourage the development of a culture of continuous professional improvement for all staff.
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Teacher2Teacher 7h
Educator 's school community collaborated to create book stations in the halls. Now Ss in need of a book can borrow, read and return anytime! (Inspiration via educator )
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ACS International School Doha Sep 15
Our Gr12s presenting about local culture to New Staff
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Teacher2Teacher 8h
"I think it’s important for us to give kids the freedom and the responsibility to make their own choices," says T – a philosophy that forms the basis of his "lifeline" policy:
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Teacher2Teacher Sep 15
"Seeing [Ss] carry their sense of community beyond my classroom – what could be more wonderful?" T shares the community-building activity that former Ss have kept up with years after their time in his class ended:
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Jennifer Gonzalez Sep 12
“We’re a Family” and Other School Norms that Can Cause Burnout
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Cynthia Gunner Sep 13
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EHMIS Intermediate Sep 13
Leaders host a breakfast for our new students to continue to make them feel welcome in our school!
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Luke Cox Sep 12
Make sure you are complimenting students today on positive behaviors you see. “Hey, I really like how...keep it up” or “Hey, nice job with...that’s really cool to see. This will promote this behavior in the future.
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Cary Forbes Sep 12
Not your average middle school staff... What: Staff Beach Day Why: It’s hot. We are fun. ❤️
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Mary Dunn Sep 16
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Diana Garza Sep 13
Huge thank you to our admin! Our admin is > than yours Love our cole fam💕
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