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John Malloy
Director of Education - Toronto District School Board - My tweets are my own
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Sheena Martin Agius 14h
Very interesting data to consider here. Intentional removal of systemic barriers.
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John Malloy 11h
Please contact your superintendent so that she can look into your concerns.
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John Malloy 20h
It certainly not considered a frill.
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John Malloy Oct 18
The TDSB’s work in Academic Pathways is based on evidence informed practice. We know that with the appropriate supports our students will be successful. Read more about how we are intentionally removing barriers for our students:
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John Malloy Oct 17
I had the pleasure of sharing our equity, anti-oppression, anti-racism work with senior leaders from Texas this evening who were visiting Toronto. Thank you for connecting me to this engaged team of educators.
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John Malloy Oct 17
Please contact your superintendent to look into your concern further.
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John Malloy Oct 17
Students in TDSB who are non-speaking are definitely not left out. "Voice" is hared in many different ways.
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John Malloy Oct 17
Thank you for using your census data to think about the importance of a caring adult and making a difference in the lives of your students.
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John Malloy Oct 17
When educators examine implicit bias and make changes to their practice, student voice takes on greater influence. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us this morning.
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John Malloy Oct 16
“Math is fun now and it didn’t used to be” at Pelmo Park PS. Confronting Math phobia and anxiety leads to well-being and better outcomes.
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John Malloy Oct 15
Right to Read at Runnymede provides learning opportunities for older students who struggle to read. As we move forward with our commitment that the majority of students will study at the academic level, we have to provide this support.
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John Malloy Oct 14
I am thankful for family and friends and the opportunity to work with students and their families in . I am also thankful to collaborate with wonderful staff. And I acknowledge we celebrate Thanksgiving on Indigenous lands.
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John Malloy Oct 14
Replying to @Astrid64122779
I understand that music is important, and I appreciate your tweet. We cannot afford everything we have provided in the past, but we will do our best to provide students access to the arts.
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John Malloy Oct 11
Today is International , a time to reflect on the amazing accomplishments of girls & women all over the world.
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John Malloy Oct 11
As a former high school teacher, I am not as skilled in classroom management when many kindergarten students wanted to speak at the same time.Thanks to their teacher who had no problem showing me what to do! So excited to read to our youngest learners
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John Malloy Oct 10
Creating the right conditions for learning is key at Lawrence Heights MS. Thank you for a great visit today!
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John Malloy Oct 10
Being inclusive means we need to be intentional. Thank you Shaughnessy PS for sharing with me how you include all students!
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John Malloy Oct 10
Today is & at the we recognize that student and staff well-being go hand-in-hand. Read more about how promoting positive mental health in schools has a lasting impact.
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John Malloy Oct 9
Thank you for reminding us that when we support those in the margins, we support everyone. We must do better and your recommendations will assist us. Intentions are simply not good enough.
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John Malloy Oct 8
Sending you and your community strength Marco.
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