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Tara Dec 1
Join me in embracing the last month of 2020! How can you make this the most heartwarming month of your year?
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 29
Thank you for such a fantastic chat tonight. We are full of for our incredible & for the chance to learn from each other daily. Join us on in 30min as we continue the feelings of thankfulness through music & conversation! ❤️🖤
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 29
A3) The most important work we can do & control happens in our own spaces. We must be able to create an atmosphere of gratitude in our classrooms, and the work will trickle into the school through the Ss. Gratitude, hopefulness, positive mindset is contagious. ❤️🖤
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Robin L Nov 29
A1. It’s important that it’s translated or presented in a way that their own acts and definitions of thanksgiving have room in learning space.
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 29
A1) Gratitude and Thankfulness, along with so many other traits, such as perseverance, respect, fairness, for example, are ones that we make sure to integrate in our daily practice through the content our students engage with daily. It should always be embedded! 🖤❤️
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Shelli Ann Nov 29
BQ: This Thanksgiving holiday was quite different, as I could not gather with my family due to some individuals having to be quarantined because of Covid... However, we were able to connect online & I am truly grateful, as I have not seen some individuals in 2 yrs. ...
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Craig Shapiro Nov 29
Empathy - modeling - kindness - gratitude - words that help define a great teacher and class.
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Elyse Hahne Nov 29
A2 Make gratitude & skills apart of everyday life. Specific and direct, at first, while instilling wholeheartedness with our students.
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Shelli Ann Nov 29
A1: One of my goals in becoming an educator is to help influence younger generations to have a positive impact on society...In helping students to see gratitude & modeling it on a daily basis, we can help them to understand the value of compassion & gratitude...
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Patrick Hausammann Nov 29
A1: Modeling is perhaps the most powerful teaching method aside from experiential learning for me. Also, gratitude = one of those little things that mean far more than we realize.
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 29
A2) We incorporate some intentional gratitude work with our Ss. We model how to be thankful daily by showing Ss what we are grateful for. We can use Thankfulness journal prompts, or even a gratitude journal. We can make daily announcements highlighting our thanks ❤️🖤
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The Staff Room Podcast Nov 29
Good evening everyone! Chey & Pav, middle school teachers, and huge fans of . We are getting ready to go LIVE on in an hour, so we are thankful to be able to participate! ❤️🖤📻🎙
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Karl O’Leary Nov 29
Replying to @Shapiro_WTHS
Always appreciate the opportunity to join in. Appreciate the family and their support.
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Kecia McDonald she/her Nov 29
Replying to @Shapiro_WTHS
A2 check in/out circle with a gratitude prompt, sticky notes on a gratitude wall (or Jamboard). I like journaling but when we can share and others can hear they also benefit from the little noticings & start to see those things, too, or remember to be grateful for them
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Craig Shapiro Nov 29
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Craig Shapiro Dec 1
Hope things get better. I’m thinking about you and your family. Know that you make a huge impact on those around you, and most definitely in our PLN. Not surprised by my friend,! He is a great man and one who leads by example. and
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Karl O’Leary Nov 29
Replying to @Shapiro_WTHS
A2: Proper preparation prevents poor performances- choose the wise path
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Elyse Hahne Nov 29
A1 Gratitude extends to so many aspects of our lives everyday. Having our students see gratitude daily instills gratitude into their hearts and becomes a habit early on.
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Tara Nov 29
A3: When we establish a culture of support and genuine positivity, our students feel the impacts. When you are surrounded by people who believe in you and support your passions and beliefs anything is possible!
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Erik Hang-Sievert Nov 29
Replying to @Shapiro_WTHS
Good evening Craig! Hope you enjoyed your break and had a relaxing Thanksgiving!
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