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Nathan Kroptavich May 29
Diving into this book by as I prepare for a new chapter in my education career this summer. August 10th will be my first official day as AP at my high school. So excited to learn and lead!
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Brian Kulak πŸ–ŠπŸ““πŸ•ΉβšΎοΈ 20 Mar 19
Yooooo, edu-peeps! Join me Monday night at 730 EST for . I'll welcome two amazing T leaders, and , as co-moderators as we flip the script on assessment: how can assessment facilitate teacher growth?
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Brian Kulak πŸ–ŠπŸ““πŸ•ΉβšΎοΈ 28 Jan 19
Love these two! Thanks for joining us tonight! Check out my book Level Up Leadership on Amazon!
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#GamifyED Aug 10
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Aubrey Yeh 15 Sep 19
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Mike LeMier 7 Jan 19
A2) My word is still β€˜evolving’. I still have growth and identity to cultivate this year!
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Dustin Caudill 21 Jan 19
A1: one way that has improved my classroom engagement has been Kagan Strategies and Socratic discussion. Kids are invested when they have a specific job in instruction.
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Nicole Biscotti, M. Ed. 🍎❀️ 28 Jan 19
Hi, Nicole in AZ here. I’m a Dept. Chair finishing my admin degree in September & looking at becoming an Asst Principal in the next couple of years.
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Dustin Caudill 21 Jan 19
A3: I see no shortage of teachers willing to to school differently, so long as they are given adequate time to do so. Flying the plane while building it leads people to burn out easilyβ€”Find paid time for teachers to meet expectations
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Insight ADVANCE 13 Jan 19
ICYMI: 6 Educators make inspiring New Year's resolutions: . What's your resolution for 2019?
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Amy Pattie 18 Mar 19
A3: Communication is one of the most important SEL aspects in my class. Not only with math instruction, but also with faith-building.
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Elaine 3 Dec 18
Elaine Brendel, Asst Principal at Ryle HS. I believe you must support your faculty and show you trust them. I also think you point out the strengths in observations/walk throughs and have them share those in faculty meetins, pd, depats, etc.
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Travis Hansin 25 Feb 19
A3: Use data to drive decisions, promote cultural awareness, relationships, building teacher capacity...there is a theme emerging here!
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Keri Collison 4 Mar 19
A4: build trust and respect through relationships. This makes those growth conversations easier.
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Keri Collison 4 Mar 19
A1: collaborative/reflective conversations with both strength and areas to grow and stretch included in the conversation. Admin being willing to jump in and model and support.
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thinkLaw May 13
We at thinkLaw believe in empowering students to become advocates of their own rights! Find out whyπŸ‘‰[]
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Melinda Earsing, Ed.S. 22 Apr 19
Melinda Earsing, ELA Teacher at Ballyshannon Middle School in Boone County & finishing my last class in Educational HR tonight!β€”only 3 more classes to go! πŸŽ“
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Dustin Caudill 21 Jan 19
A2: Two collaborative teachers in each classroomβ€” one for gifted and one for those with IEP’s. This would be an absolute dream.
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𝔻𝕣. π”Όπ•£π•šπ•œ π•π• π•¦π•Ÿπ•˜π•žπ•’π•Ÿ #π”»πŸŸπŸ˜ 3 Feb 19
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PodcastPD πŸŽ™οΈ Oct 17
How are you connecting with families during remote/hybrid/virtual learning? Join us and let us know! Sunday 10/18/2020
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