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Julie Hiltz, NBCT
Mom | Middle School Teacher Librarian | NBCT | Geek | Teacher Leader Advocate | Micro-credential Teacher Ambassador. Qui audet adipiscitur.
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Blunt Educator Nov 18
EDUCATION: Few careers ask more of its professionals Few processes ask more of the product. No sector has so many “experts” making decisions external to the work. Few industries invest so little with so many expectations.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 18
"If you want to maybe treat your teachers like something better than dirt, you have to first agree to go back to the days where you treated your kids like dirt." 😡
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 18
When acceptance doesn't work, try accommodation. '4 Ways To Train Your Brain To Be More Open-Minded"
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 18
Replying to @Sparkdlibrarian
What did I miss?
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Steve Agee Nov 17
Replying to @AndyRichter
I know the feeling (especially this time of year). I was a fan of yours before I met you and became an even bigger fan once I found out what kind of person you are. Keep up the good fight xxoo
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Andy Richter Nov 17
Replying to @AndyRichter
If you are unburdened by depression, real true depression, count yourself lucky. Keep your quick fixes to yourself. This is the kind of bullshit that kills people. Learn, then speak. Or just be lucky and quiet.
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Jay Cridlin Nov 17
Meet St. Petersburg's Pizza Squirrel, Florida's answer to Pizza Rat and your new hero:
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Mark Moran Nov 17
A 9yo hands a thank you note to a coach, noticing, valuing & honoring his efforts. It's shared & a million people read it. Adults who think this is "fake" need to spend more time truly listening to kids, and understand why words such as these matter so much.
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Fake Library Statistics Nov 17
16 times a day a librarian thinks "I didn't learn this in library school."
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Jose Vilson Nov 17
Good morning, all. Coffee and paper grading this morning. Here's hoping we can stay true to loving intentions against immeasurable odds of our days. Blessings.
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Jon Gordon Nov 14
Failure is a big part of your path to success. It’s not your enemy. It is your partner in growth. It doesn’t define you; it refines you. If you didn’t fail, you wouldn’t build the character you need to succeed. Failure is an event, not a definition.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 16
"Whether you like it or you don't like it learn to love it because it is the best thing going today."
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 16
Watched the doc on last week & realized "Woo!" is perfect for all kinds of responses. Happy? Woo! Find something ironic? Woo! Mad? Woo! Feeling sarcastic? Woo! (My family has asked me to stop.)
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Van Buren Middle Sch Nov 16
Thank you & for today's Burger Bar. A nice treat for our 8th graders in uniform.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 16
I have a video of 1 student that participated in Open Mic. I will check with their teachers about Media Release Forms.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 16
I do not support or condone this on any side at any time. "Ravings for ratings" is part if the problem, not the solution. When everything bleeds, what leads?
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Nov 16
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FLPTA Legislative Nov 16
This child was kicked out of a private voucher school mid-year because of a bullying incident. Oh the irony!
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MichelleAccardi,NBCT Nov 16
This!! So much here that speaks to the power of education! I’ve seen this school in action! Thanks who is next?
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Freakonomics Nov 16
Passed along by a (German) reader who enjoyed our "Upside of Quitting" chapter in "Think Like a Freak": "Ein Ende mit Schrecken ist besser als Schrecken ohne Ende." Translation: "A dreadful end is better than endless dread."
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