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Rhoda
Childhood Education & Curriculum consultants. We are Learning Strategists & Education Reformers. Contributing to qualitative & equity based education.
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Tom Loud Dec 7
Increase the Quality of Student Work with these Simple Question Prompts: 🖍️ Is this your best? 🖍️ Does this work made you proud? 🖍️ Find one thing you could improve
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Tom Loud Dec 8
The sign of a great Teacher is not found in the achievement of THEIR class, but in how they lift the Achievement of the Teachers & Classrooms around them!
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Tom Loud Dec 8
The poor Teacher addresses misbehavior by punishing. The best Teachers correct misbehavior through encouragement! {big difference}
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Tom Loud Dec 8
You Did Not Choose Your: 🖍️ Students 🖍️ Their Parents 🖍️ Co-workers 🖍️ Schools Leadership 🖍️ Lack of resources Yet,You Can Always Choose to be: ✏️ Kind ✏️ Collaborative ✏️ Serving ✏️ Positive ✏️ Coachable ✏️ Hard working ✏️ The Best Version of U!
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Tom Loud Dec 6
The influence our Teaching has on Children is based on Choices we make, not Feelings. 🖍️ Believing Kids can learn is a Feeling. Giving them support when they don't, is a Choice! 🖍️ Liking the people we work with is a Feeling. Collaborating & serving them is a Choice!
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Rhoda Dec 5
On what should be covered at a typical training over time. Teaching & learning styles Management Classroom displays Use of English Core Math principles Use of curriculum Resource development Communication with parents Teacher student relationship -
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Rhoda Dec 5
On recession, cost effectiveness of in service training. "Schools need to get a consultant on a yearly basis. Costs are highly reduced & consultants have to be certain of results before they leave. Schls need to determine consultant's strength -
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Rhoda Dec 5
On recruitment. "At interview stages, a good panel should have the right questions for interview. If it goes right, a mentoring program should follow; such as having the new teacher serve as a shadow teacher." -
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Rhoda Dec 5
On the number of training a school should have annually. "At least 4 in term. A total of 12 in a session. Members of leadership teams must provide follow up and support services." -
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Rhoda Dec 5
Our golden nugget shared by ... ..."Teacher development drive excellence in teaching and learning."
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Rhoda Dec 5
....(2)... "Third and most important - teachers. Good teachers don't sit and wait. They seek for opportunities to equip themselves. Schools are obliged to develop a full in service teaching programs to target certain growth." -
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Rhoda Dec 5
Who should engineer prof dev? "Three major players: Government - to create platforms and placements. School owners - placement for staff to run with vision and principles of the school regardless of where they were teaching before." ...(1)
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Rhoda Dec 5
On whether great teachers born or made. "They're born can be made. An important part is the teacher's heart in the development of passion in students for learning more. Born teachers thrive through all the setbacks teachers face or are exposed to."
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Rhoda Dec 5
My colleague and friend was beyond awesome today on . Let's enjoy some words from him. On the role of in service teacher training in education and failure to do so. "We are paying the price for the weaker standards seen today" -
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Tom Loud Dec 4
On the top of your Students mind is NOT: 📌 "Hands-on" 📌 21st Century Skills 📌 Alignment to Standards 📌 Differentiation 📌 Rigor Instead, a Teacher who: ❤️ Smiles ❤️ Keeps Order ❤️ Is For them, not Against them ❤️ Speaks Hope, Shows Love
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Tom Loud Dec 2
***Let me reword a thought!*** Many of the best Teachers I know make their professional growth a priority. They are big readers and are always eager to share their learning with others! -What common traits do the best Teachers you know share???
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Brad Weinstein Dec 3
You don't have to grade everything, but students do need to get feedback on anything you assign--what's the point of doing something if they don't know how they did or what they need to do to get better? It's about the learning and growing after all
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TinuTinoshow Odunuga Dec 1
What about talented youth from less privileged homes? They'r roaming about there in Nigeria feeling angry n dismayed. Please sir, focus on those young people. So unfair on them. Put the rich and famous aside for once. Favouritism is ingrained in many leaders they ignore the poor
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#teachergoals Dec 1
It's not "if" a kid can do it--it's what supports we need to provide to make it so.
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Rhoda Nov 28
Replying to @Edugist_NG @obyezeks
It was good. Would have truly loved to hear for longer. Looking forward to our curriculum date.
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