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Dr. Justin Tarte
Executive Director of & Learning at . Husband to & father to & . ~ Speaker
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I’m wearing purple from top to bottom in support of .
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I stand with & her willingness to both support & advocate for the best public possible for students. cc
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Daisy Dyer Duerr Nov 16
As school principal, you MUST maintain a positive attitude. You set the stage for your school just as your teachers set the stage for their classrooms.
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Danny Steele Nov 4
When teachers realize that their own attitude affects the motivation of their students... it can be a game changer.
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I can't help but think some of the most effective & efficient classrooms appear to an observer that the teacher is doing very little.
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Kids stress out when they only have one chance to do something perfect. They aren't focusing on learning; they're focusing on a grade...
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If we know something is wrong but yet choose to do nothing, then we unequivocally submit our acceptance. Hesitation doesn't excuse us from doing what's right.
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Bill Ferriter 21h
"Trying" kids are trying to feel successful. They are trying to fit in. They are trying to learn, too. They just need help to figure it all out.
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Dr. Justin Tarte 22h
Grades should reflect a demonstration of learning and/or skills; not just compliance & completion of assigned work.
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Dr. Justin Tarte 23h
Please and thank you. Perhaps the three most powerful words in the English language.
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Nicholas A. Ferroni Nov 14
Dear America, It won't be on the news (though it is newsworthy), but today, like every day, educators gave their hearts, souls and knowledge to their students.
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Amy Fast, Ed.D Nov 7
How would society change if public schools were as much about the acquisition of purpose &passion as they are mastery of knowledge and skill
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Dr. Justin Tarte Nov 15
Members of are updating our BoE on next possible steps for our long-range facilities plans.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Nov 15
Got this today from ... not sure how I feel about a set where ‘Millennium’ Falcon is spelled incorrectly. I’m sure fans would be disappointed.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Nov 14
Don't ever be afraid to admit you're wrong; it's the ability to admit you're wrong that shows true strength & confidence.
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Alice Keeler Nov 14
In the real world when you don't bring a pen someone gives you one.
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Jim Smith Nov 14
Q2: It takes courage to admit that not all of the students in the class are successfully learning, and even more courage to have the instructional agility to do something about it.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Nov 14
Replying to @logan_east77
I imagine you aren't alone in those feelings, Logan. This is why it's so important we make relevant learning experiences a part of everyday schooling. Hope you are well, Sir.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Nov 14
It's not 'my' team... it's our team. It's not 'my' school... it's our school. It's not 'my' idea... it's our idea.
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