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Jessica Cotter
Words and ideas can change the world.
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MindShift Aug 13
Often twice exceptional kids have strengths and weaknesses in tension with one another. argues we have to look at the whole person to understand what's going on
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Kacee Rall Aug 7
Do you say “y’all” or “you guys”? Rt for “y’all” Fav for “you guys” Trying to prove a point.
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Connie Hamilton Ed.S Aug 5
Last year the Saranac Jr/Sr High teachers didn't pass out a single syllabus on the first day of school. The entire day was filled with team building to launch our Positive School Climate effort.
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Jessica Cotter Jul 29
When we report on learning at the secondary level, I imagine hearing our stakeholders ask- Yes, but- how does my student get an A? We have to move our whole community to think about what it looks like to do these things well.
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MindShift Jul 29
When students don't understand how their brains learn and retain material, they can develop misconceptions about themselves as learners
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Jessica Cotter Jul 29
When will I get the pre-buy calculator/payment sheet for this coming year? Usually have it by now... Thanks!
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Jessica Cotter Jul 27
Replying to @FrankWeller
In so many ways!
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MindShift Jul 26
"Improving school climate is tough, it's tedious, it's incremental. But when folks can do it right, and when they really put not just their mind but their heart into it, it's just such a beautiful thing"
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Jessica Cotter Jul 20
Replying to @ericgrabow @gcouros
Perfect
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MindShift Jul 14
Altruistic behaviors, including large and small acts of , may raise teens' feelings of self-worth. And the effects were more pronounced when they helped strangers
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Jessica Cotter Jul 14
Replying to @Sutterlearn
Hope you have a beautiful birthday too!
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Jessica Cotter Jul 10
Replying to @HoltPublicSch @Holt_HS
I'd love to hear what you think of Wait, What? And maybe borrow it!
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Jessica Cotter Jul 9
Such great reads! Thanks for sharing!
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lo🌊 Jul 3
jay-z on a jetski be looking like dr nefario lmao
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