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Dr. Justin Tarte
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 18
There’s a lot of ‘noise’ in the world. An important skill is the ability to determine that which is important & that which is not. All noise is not created equal. Pro tip: Not important to one doesn’t mean not important to another.
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Mark Rober Dec 17
Someone stole a package from me. Police wouldn’t do anything about it so I spent the last 6 months engineering up some vigilante justice. Revenge is a dish best served fabulously. Vid link-
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Jennifer Orr Dec 17
Sitting in a class on instructional coaching tonight and we were just told to, “Listen for the request in the complaint.” I love how that presumes positive.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 17
Sometimes it takes the inconvenient and uncomfortable truth to really spark . It’s in these moments we find out who we really are. Are we receptive to feedback with a new found resolve, or are we looking to place blame and make excuses? Cherish those who spread honesty.
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Gina Tarte Dec 17
Conversation while driving the kids home from school. Me: , what was your favorite part of the day? Emory: Right now, being with you.
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Gina Tarte Dec 16
Sweet moment with my little girl
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 15
When the awesome FFA program at your high school () hooks you up with some fresh fruit, it becomes a family affair.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 14
This week we have Nikki Machelett from Beaufort Elementary as our Wildcat of the Week. Nikki, thank you for taking the time to share a little bit about yourself.
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Vala Afshar Jul 22
In case you were wondering, camels can swim 🐫
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 13
Put the phone down & pick up a book. I need to do better with this with my own children. via
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 13
Appreciated a visit from and a talented group of ’ carolers this afternoon. Wonderfully skilled young men and women.
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David Geurin Dec 13
Be intentional about the energy you bring and the influence you have on others. Are you bringing your best? What if everyone in your school had your energy today? What kind of place would it be? It’s a great day to get up, show up, lead up, lift up, and never give up.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 13
Proud to be a part of an elite group of education minds from . Congrats to & .
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 13
A strong is slowly built over time. Seemingly insignificant gestures, thoughtful & receptive interactions, an acute attention to the small details, & an unwavering commitment to making these practices a part of everyday business ensure a healthy & sustainable culture.
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Matt Haig Dec 11
Never dismiss someone for being quiet. Not everyone can put themselves out on the surface. A person can sit and be still and awkward and be burning with life and love. Sometimes they are quiet BECAUSE of that intensity. Because there is a world inside them they must attend to.
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Kristine Mraz Dec 11
Thread: I've been thinking a lot about how I have changed as a teacher 1. In the beginning I did not give enough weight to how complex (emotionally, physically, academically) children are, and how dynamic their inner lives are, so...
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 12
My buddy Garrett at Central Elementary was rockin’ a Spider-Man bow tie yesterday for . Glad he took the time to take a picture with me.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 12
Encourage rather than embarrass. Compliment rather than complain. Support rather than stifle. Help rather than hamper.
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Dr. Justin Tarte Dec 11
How we define & use words like ‘smart’ & ‘successful’ have significant implications on the psyche & self-esteem of our students. This isn’t about a of everyone is a winner & everyone gets a trophy; it’s about allowing each student to reach & exceed their potential.
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