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Brian Mendler Apr 21
Response for “I don’t care:” “I hear ya. I didn’t care about a lot of things I was forced to learn in school either. Today, just for fun let’s pretend you cared. If you did, what would you say then?” Repeat multiple times if need be.
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Brian Mendler Apr 10
Please don’t forget there is no such thing as “your kid, my kid, those kids.” All kids are our kids.
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Brian Mendler Apr 8
The single most important thing we can give kids in this brand new .
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Elisabeth Bostwick Feb 28
You may feel frustrated by “that kid.” Trust me, they feel bad when they let you down. And, even worse when you scowl or make negative comments. Want a child to improve? Be patient, foster relationships, believe in them... Be their constant.
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Mrs. Murdock (Hoge) Apr 13
“If you’re on a roller coaster with a kid, DON’T GET OFF! You’re on the right track-that’s part of the natural progression of change.” Man, IS. MY. JAM.
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Laura Stone Mar 17
“Value what kids are good at rather than what they are supposed to be good at.”
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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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Brian Mendler Apr 19
I never once regretted giving more. So when in doubt look around for someone to help. Instead of asking kids, “What are you doing this weekend?” Ask, “What are you doing for someone else this weekend?” Teach the way to get is to give.
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Jacki Kooistra Mar 17
Still, on cloud 9 from my first session with , Ts and Admin need to function as a mom and dad, they may not always agree or be on the same page, but Ss should never pick up on that. That conversation is for behind closed doors.
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Heidy Pemsl LaFleur Apr 9
When you interact with kids today, are you filling their balloons so they can soar OR are you adding weight to hold them back? Every child should be 🎉⭕️🎉
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Michael Earnshaw Apr 9
This is an awesome reminder! NEVER give up on a child.
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shasta smith Mar 17
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Brian Mendler Apr 15
5 tips for defusing mouthy kids. 1. Focus on “what” instead of “how.” 2. Stay personally connected w/out taking it personally. 3. Feel “sad for” instead of “mad at.” 4. Second to last word is best. 5. Walking away = strength.
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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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Katie Borton Mar 17
"In my opinion, para-professionals are the most under appreciated role in education!"
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SocialEmotionalLearning Jan 22
A heartbreaking, but incredibly important read for every educator. The Voice of THOSE KIDS: I’d Rather Be Not Liked for Being Mean Than Not Liked for Being Me via
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Elisabeth Bostwick Mar 8
NEW post: Leveraging Technology to Empower Learning 👉🏻 ⚙️In what ways do you leverage technology to empower learning? I’d love to include your voice!
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Paul Hoffman Apr 17
I’m so excited for staff to participate in a book study. Books just arrived!!
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Jillian Damon Apr 2
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Brian Mendler Apr 13
I love these people & I am honored to be a part of such a great conference.
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