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Julie Hiltz, NBCT
Mom | Middle School Teacher Librarian | NBCT | Geek | Teacher Leader Advocate | President Qui audet adipiscitur.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT 2h
Neil Finn is touring with Fleetwood Mac. I heard this song last night and had forgotten how uplifting and beautiful it is. ♥️
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тσм ℓσυ∂ 15h
Teacher, I need you to believe: 👍 My neighborhood will not determine my future 👍 I can & will excel at On-Grade Level work 👍 My best days are ahead of me 👍 My parents are doing the best they know how 👍 The seeds you are planting WILL bloom 👍 You are making an impact on me!
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT 12h
"Florida's war on prescription pain medicine has been an abject failure for 20 years and counting."
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT 12h
Love this! Our hope for every FL library again one day.
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Carol Jago 16h
What if we asked students to practice the things literate people commonly do. Like read. And write.
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SITC Feb 16
Want to teach your students to think critically? Teach them to examine what they are told & to look for what they are not told. Teach them to examine the desired consequences of actions & anticipate the unintended consequences. What better way than to use our Both Sides feature!
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Nancy Ballard 24h
⁦⁦yes 👇 ⁦⁩ "equity speaks directly to who you are as an individual. It’s a reflection of your humanity toward all of your students. It’s a window to your soul relative to your care and concern for all of your students"
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT 24h
When someone told me they had a right to take over my space and schedule because of their title I knew it was time for me to go. Demoralizing and an abuse of power.
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bridgetmendel Feb 18
Charting a Course for Florida to be #1 in the nation in Workforce Education by 2030 Presentation to Superintendents on...
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Feb 17
Don't forget to tip your wait staff.
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Rusul الربيعي ✊🏼 Feb 17
I wish it's always . One of the easiest acts of kindness anyone can do is to be the voice of encouragement. Tell someone today that they're doing great at something they're working hard on. It can make a world of difference to them.
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Michelle N. Moore Feb 17
Simulations are trauma. We don’t need our students to experience trauma to empathize with what previous generations suffered through. More PD on bias and less simulations would make the world a better place.
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#teachergoals 🍎 Feb 16
We could work 24 hours a day and never be finished. Set a stopping point and stick to it. Your kids need a refreshed you.
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Billy Townsend Feb 15
Dump school grades, VAM, and FSA, and you can have vouchers, as far as I'm concerned. Want to make that deal, ?
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FL Education Assn Feb 15
Click here to see FEA's response to 's announcement this morning:
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Donalyn Miller Feb 14
“It is 2019. Balanced literacy is the science of reading, but it is not the most common way teachers are teaching reading because schools are almost exclusively trying to raise scores, not students who are eager, joyful, and critical readers.”
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Dr. Allison Varnes Feb 14
💕VALENTINE’S DAY GIVEAWAY ALERT for TEACHERS & LIBRARIANS! 💕Retweet & follow by 2/20 for a chance to win TWO SIGNED COPIES of PROPERTY OF THE REBEL LIBRARIAN—1 for your classroom/library, & 1 for a friend. US only (Sorry!).
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Adam Welcome Feb 15
There's no excuse to not do what's best for kids, there just isn't.
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Brad Weston Feb 14
What if your school library was open to parents every Friday and assisted parents in checking out appropriately leveled text for their students? Would this help promote reading (and build community)?
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Feb 14
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