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Scott Lewis Jun 13
A1: I remember the relationships built with my students. That has always been a strength of mine. Those Ss are now 31.
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Laura Beth Strunk, M.Ed. Jun 13
Laura Beth, first grade teacher from Frederick County, VA. and I leave for Disney World soon!
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Ashleigh Workman Jun 13
A2: My first "win" has influenced me inspiring me to never give up. If you put the time and work in and show the kids how important it is, then they will too. Also, relationships matter - build them with ALL students!
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Kellie Bahri Jun 13
Don’t sweat the small stuff. Remember your Ss will love learning if you love it too. Enjoy being with them. The first year is a learning year, so go easy on yourself. Finally... YOU GOT THIS! Oh and it’s the best job in the world!
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Phil Strunk Jun 13
Q1: What was an early win you remember from the beginning of your education career?
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Michael Abramczyk Jun 13
A5: What I JUST told my girls: "I'm not here to be your friend. If that is the case, I am doing the world a disservice." We are here to lead. We are in a position to be friendly and build relationships, but not operate as a friend. Too often, young Ts miss this mark.
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MrsJohns • ⚓️🚫⛔️🧡🧩 Jun 13
Replying to @MrPStrunk
A1: I worked with a S who needed headphones for hyposensitivity to sounds and wore them ALWAYS. In the seven months we worked together, we got to where she only uses them for the restroom, cafeteria and gym (all places I’d love a pair tbh!). She’s come SO far!!
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Jean Hesson Jun 13
A2: I recently finished year 14 and am eagerly planning year 15. If that excitement is leaves me, I’ll find a new profession. Kids deserve an excited, passionate teacher. Sure, some days are tough and cause me to doubt, but overall, it’s a great gig!
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Michael @ALA Annual 2019 Jun 13
A3 - I had a lot of failures in terms of classroom management the first couple of years. I would get flustered and tongue tied when trying to push back against challenging students. It is embarrassing even to recall...
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The WHYCast Jun 13
A5: The perfect situation for you will find you. Try not to stress.
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David Hennel Jun 13
A5 Remember you are there for the Ss, put them first and worry about attendance, grades, & peer acceptance later. It will all work out if you stay true to yourself.
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Tyler Arnold Jun 13
Mahalo gang 🤙🏾😈. Tyler hs AP from Cincy A1: developing my own curriculum for a class called CBI (career based intervention) which included community partners and college visits for at risk Ss.
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Deanna Jun 13
Hi Everyone! Deanna from DE; English T grades 10-12. I'm not sure about exciting, but I'm looking forward to beach days and crafting! I've already started the next project.
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Glenn Meek Jun 13
A5 Ask other teachers for advice and remember you do not know it all.
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HeatherJoy Jun 13
A1: one of my first wins was breaking the barriers between performance and music as a tool for reading, writing, & relevance across the curriculum when arts were being cut. & learning to build RELATIONSHIPS 💕🎶
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Noa Lahav 🇮🇱 Jun 13
A1: I was so proud of myself for being accepted to teach 10th grade, high school biology as a first-year teacher. That's very rare in Israel. Most Ts start at junior high.
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Peter D. Boland Jun 13
Happy summer everyone!!!
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Marvin Byrd Jun 13
Hey everyone! Marvin from STL Here. AP
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Jennifer Logsdon Jun 13
A5) Don’t be afraid to ask for help
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Phil Strunk Jun 13
Thank you all for coming! Hope to see you next week when is guest modding!
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