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Jessica Cotter
Words and ideas can change the world.
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Sutterlearn 21h
Make your way to MSU’s Snyder Hall LookOut! Gallery, now through March 16th. Mr. LaCross has work on exhibit in the Faculty Choice: The Local Scene exhibition. Go see great local art this week!
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Ted Fujimoto Feb 18
What does your school culture promote? Compliance or Engagement? Students suffer if they go to a school where compliance is valued more than engagement and/or the school cannot tell the difference.
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Carrie Murphy Feb 17
“The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity. Without it, no real success is possible, no matter whether it is on a section gang, a football field, in an army, or in an office.” Dwight D. Eisenhower
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Jessica Cotter Feb 15
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NPR Feb 15
Replying to @NPR
In Trump's address to the nation on the Florida mass shooting, he vowed to "tackle the difficult issue of mental health. Last year, he signed a bill that makes it easier for people who are mentally ill to purchase guns.
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MindShift Feb 14
It's not just about working hard. Many students work hard, but not all see the results. It's about working hard in the right ways
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Sutterlearn Feb 10
Please retweet to celebrate Grayson’s birthday today!
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Pedro Noguera Feb 8
Children behave differently when they are known. Relationships matter: The Power of Being Seen
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MindShift Feb 7
"The problem lies when the product itself is elevated above the process, and questions of improving revolve around getting an A and not mastering skills"
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MindShift Feb 7
is a foundational year because it provides most children their initial exposure to school and sets the tone for their educational career. "They develop certain feelings, perceptions, and ideas about school"
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Milken Family Fdn Feb 5
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MindShift Feb 5
From the earliest grades on up teachers at support students to find their voice, express differing opinions politely, and challenge one another’s thinking
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Erin Umpstead Feb 6
Senior Capstone students are sharing ideas with the geniuses at Hope Middle School! Peace for how awesome my job is!!!
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Sutterlearn Feb 2
Only teacher in MI, one of 44 in nation, and this winner is in our building! Congrats
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Orion Smith Feb 2
Poverty and the brain: "The United States is the most malnourished developed country in the world."
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Jessica Cotter Feb 1
My husband is the best ❤️.
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Jessica Cotter Feb 1
It was a friend of mine's tape. You know there'd be DMB if it were ours!
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Jessica Cotter Jan 31
This happened and I miss the era of
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Marzano Research Jan 26
Marzano Research offers a number of resources that can assist schools with the creation or implementation of proficiency scales, such as a proficiency scale bank at and personalized scale consultation services.
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MindShift Jan 22
Researchers say teachers should be "warm demanders" who call out the strengths of individual students. That'll give students a sense of belonging.
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