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Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc. Jul 17
July 17-20 All entries will be entered to win a book of CHOICE + a possible GOLDEN Treasure.🏆 2 winners=7/20/19 ➡️ Share an image of your favorite summer activity or memory. 1 Comment w/answer 2 Like & RT this promo 3 Add & 4 Follow us
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staci erickson Jul 12
People mean well with Muffins for Moms and Donuts with dads. take it from a kid whose dad abandoned them, Donuts with dad was always a reminder of his absence. I love these other ideas. Much more inclusive.
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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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Bethany Hill🌟#JoyfulLeaders Jul 15
A1: Notice the quiet kids by checking in, having one on one conversations, learning how they like to be celebrated, and even why they are quiet. Could be something we have the ability to influence!
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Alicia Ray Jul 15
“It’s not supposed to be easy; it’s supposed to be worth it!” This quote gets me EVERY time!!! It’s a personal reminder that our dreams may not be easy to reach, but it’ll be worth it when we get there!
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✨Tisha Richmond✨ Jul 15
Hi! Tisha Tech Integration Specialist and author of joining in from Southern Oregon! Excited to chat with the fam tonight!
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Isabel Bozada Jones Jul 15
A1: Patience and space. Quiet kids need what we all need- opportunity and autonomy in their learning experience. I try and make my classroom a place of "busy peace".
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Alisha Smith Jul 15
A1 Build relationships, find out likes and allow for opportunities to share, ensure that I don't make Ss feel uncomfortable in class, listen
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✨Tisha Richmond✨ Jul 10
Interested in your classroom this year? ✔️ out free game plans created for a variety of grades & content!👉🏻 Just added new Ready Player 1 game plan created TODAY! Thx for the inspiration !
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John Frasca Jul 15
Also, using play-doh activity on day one allows me the chance to meet every student one on one while they’re creating with the play-doh!
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Greg Moffitt Jul 15
When the principal’s office you’re moving into has these books on the shelf and staff members have participated in Book Studies on them, you get even more excited for school to start!
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Rich Hayzler Jul 15
A1: Every student deserves to have a voice. Giving them opportunities through one on one discussions, tech tools like or other backchanneling can give everyone an opportunity to be involved. Keep building relationships, allow them to express their passions.
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Chris Quinn ~ #OneWord2019 - BELIEVE Jul 15
A2: When I was quite young, we had enough food at home and basic clothing but little money for anything ‘extra’. I recall being ostracized from some peer groups because of what I didn’t have. I truly feel for all those who go without...a special place in my heart!
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Aaron L. Polansky Jul 15
The illustrations for our chat tonight were all created by high school student . Shout out to Rin.
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Ronabel Ortaleza Jul 15
Replying to @aaronpolansky
Good morning from Bangkok. This will be my first time in joining Twitter chat and I am excited to learn from you guys.
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Josh Stock Jul 15
A7: I want to help kids have authentic conversations and show them how to disagree appropriately and have a dialogue instead of an argument.
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Adam Moler Jul 15
A1: Adam from Cincinnati joining late. I reached a quiet student this year through - we discovered we had a common interest in tennis and now we have a tennis lesson every Thursday!
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EarlyChildhood Jul 15
A2: This hits a nerve, as an international educator I often feel excluded as a T. I'm a Chinese-American and I often am the only Asian T in the staff meeting. I am also the most vocal about multilingualism but surrounded by monolingual staff members.
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Jeff Gargas Jul 18
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Jason Breaker Jul 17
Spending time with family.
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