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Brian Mendler Jul 14
Teachers w few behaviors have the following in common: 1. Provides very little down time. 2. Mingles w kids before class. 3. Asks lots of questions. 4. Rarely gets offended. 5. Switches up teaching styles.
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Brian Mendler Jul 16
When kids push your buttons: 1. Stop & listen. 2. Acknowledge what they say. 3. Agree (is or might be true?). 4. Defer (to a later time). 5. Walk away (kid gets last word).
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LoriKrumm 7h
Headed to 🇨🇦, enjoying the ferry, catching up on my podcasts and feeling inspired! My job is to make their life better.
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Brian Mendler Jul 17
Ever feel like you are playing “behavior Whack-A-Mole?” .
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Elisabeth Bostwick Jul 18
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Billy Mar 13
One of the best conferences I’ve attended. I’d definitely recommend Motivating and Managing Hard to Reach, Uninterested and Disruptive Students. Thank you
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Natalie Mehlberg Jul 11
"Values tell you why, expectations tell you what."
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Scott A. Schulz Jul 11
“You can’t control whether a child succeeds, but you CAN control whether you give up or not.”
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Heather Garcia Queen Jul 16
Fantastic podcast episode on structuring student roles and group procedures for successful group work
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Brian Mendler Jun 23
Three year end reminders (yes some finish this week). 1. Not all kids love summer break. For some it’s 24/7 chaos. 2. Relationship building does not take summer vaca. Stay in touch. 3. Like raising kids, enjoy it bc it goes fast.
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shasta smith Mar 17
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Riley Riehl Feb 28
I think it's important to note when looking at data, some of the impacts teachers have might not be measured until years down the road. All we can do is teach, equip, and expose students to the tools they need for when these moments happen.
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Mrs. Simons Jun 24
Feedback from S's! In a high school class full of , my ❤️is full of pride & inspiration after reading student survey responses. Gotta get to work making 2019-2020 even better
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🍎Jillian Damon 🍎 Apr 2
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Jessica Head Mar 17
Wow! Just wow. If you have not heard share his passion and vision of necessary change, you must! Blown away by his raw truth with his audience and couldn’t help but hang on every last word.
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Christina Jun 11
I’m not geeking out, you’re geeking out. Even teachers need hero’s, and I got to meet mine today. Thanks for coming to O’Fallon!
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Ms. Halliday Dec 6
Why waste time making up/ searching for DLO lessons when you can just LISTEN to the students talk..... these were two sentences I actually heard in the halls. The students thought it was hilarious editing them- bring the content into THEIR world 🌎
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Sara Groat Jun 18
Amazing keynote speaker this morning at the symposium! I can’t wait to learn more from in his sessions tomorrow. Key takeaways today: give kids hope, model, listen, and inspire.
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Nicole Robinson Jul 9
I appreciate this week’s podcast by for addressing in elem classrooms in particular when trying to teach . I ❤️ the idea to schedule the S’s day w/ multiple adults (MS/HS model) until s/he can experience more success in the classroom. 🙌🏼
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Toni White Dec 17
A safe place for our students who are dysregulated to calm themselves, regulate, restorative work and re-join their learning environment.
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