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Julie Hiltz, NBCT
Mom | Middle School Teacher Librarian | NBCT | Geek | Teacher Leader Advocate | President Elect. Qui audet adipiscitur.
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Nicholas A. Ferroni Jun 22
Summer Poll: Teachers, Please RT if you are working a 2nd job, attending workshops/conferences or working on school related items during summer break.
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Mo Willems' Pigeon Jun 22
You don't have to be the same to be nice.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 22
Because I said so.
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Carla Sparks Jun 21
Levels of thinking and questions make up important teacher work at AVID Summer Institute. Woodson’s team is working hard!
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Elisabeth Stayer Jun 21
librarians exist to fight this injustice.”
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Jeff Eakins Jun 22
Thank you ! Joe Henderson: Hillsborough teachers have come to depend on foundation’s free supplies
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FAME Jun 20
Make your plans today for the best PD experience for school librarians. EdCamp HubOfSchool Mon, Jul 16
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Kimberly DeFusco, NBCT Jun 21
EdCamp is less than a month away! There's still time to register but only 17 spaces left. Free PD for school librarian, by school librarians - all counties welcome
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#teachergoals 🍎 Jun 20
When you realize that other people in other careers can go out to lunch and run errands during the day.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 20
We've begun the process of planning our meaningful goals for implementation.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 19
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 19
"A dog loves a person the way people love each other only while in the grip of new love"
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Opt Out Pinellas Jun 19
This from a leech on public school funding. How nice of her to call on the most vulnerable to refuse full bellies (which increases learning and keeps schools open) while she keeps both hands out for tax payer dollars. A hypocrite would have a better sense of self.
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haiku platypus Jun 18
Remember how well the walls of a blanket fort kept out the real world?
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 18
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Don't Press Send Jun 18
Will you take the Don’t Press Send pledge: I am aware of the of my actions if I send something that is inappropriate or to another and how it could affect my .
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Ernest Hooper Jun 18
Every teacher should read about grad Ethan Hooper's column about his inspirational influences.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 18
Replying to @gnewburn
I've read quite a bit of the research you've shared with regards to mandatory minimums and was wondering if there was some overlap with zero tolerance punishment.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 18
Replying to @crnjrdn @gnewburn
As a teacher I'm interested in this in relation to discipline. A researcher I read said she couldn't find research to support zero tolerance discipline practices- excluding physical or emotional abuse.
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Julie Hiltz, NBCT Jun 18
Serious question as I delve into learning about restorative justice practices: Is there any, ANY research that supports "zero tolerance policies" in any field?
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