Twitter | Search | |
Mrs. Izzo
Assistant Principal, Strongsville Middle School, Strongsville City Schools. Mom to an amazing middle schooler and Sophomore of my own
445
Tweets
119
Following
214
Followers
Tweets
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
Jay McTighe Oct 14
In a world in which much of the world’s knowledge can be accessed on a smart phone, a modern education should strive to develop students’ capacities to transfer their learning to new situations. See Grant Wiggins’ thought-provoking post on the topic –
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
George Couros Oct 14
Inclusion vs. Inclusive Practice in Teaching Great stuff from the awesome
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Oct 12
Way to go, ladies!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
Strongsville Volleyball Oct 11
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS! mustangs win a great 5 set thriller against ❌RUNSWICK Record: 20-1 Conference: 13-0 💚💚💚🍴🍴🍴🍴
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Oct 10
Mrs. Hrabnicky’s ELA 6 students did some station work today to explore character. Great to see awesome UDL techniques in action!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Oct 5
You were awesome tonight!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Oct 3
This made me so happy today.
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 26
Miss Otcasek’s ELA 6 students creating posters highlighting what they believe are the key elements of successful group work. A great way to set expectations before students work in small groups on their next unit of study.
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
CameronRyba Sep 24
Remember to say "Hello" today to friends, neighbors, co-workers, or complete strangers. We're participating in "Start with Hello" week - an opportunity for students, teachers, and staff to build a positive community together - it just takes a simple "Hello"!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
Katie Novak Sep 23
Great alignment to here - teachers are designers and innovators, not robots. 💚Build the Foundation, Not the Ceiling
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
edutopia Sep 19
Self-Assessment in Middle School: How you can use learning targets and checkpoints to help students articulate and measure their own learning.
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 18
Pennies, marshmallows, and water—oh my! Ms. Britton’s Science 8 students are measuring volume, length, and mass today. Each station requires students to think differently about how to accurately capture the correct measurement.
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 18
Ms. Ruman’s ELA 6 students are exploring theme through station work today— station #1 is finding theme by reading a classic picture book. Station #2 is finding theme in song lyrics. Awesome example of in action!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 14
That immediate connection is so important!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 12
is ahead of the curve with understanding the importance of physical literacy!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 12
Our 6th/7th grade ELA teachers had excellent PD today from our SCS Literacy Coaches on effective block teaching strategies. Experts in house, learning together!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
Rick Wormeli Sep 9
Finding Clarity in Assessment and Grading
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 10
Write with a purpose, not as a chore. Engage our young writers!
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo retweeted
MindShift Sep 10
Middle school is supposed to be messy. It's how kids mature. This means making lots of mistakes, then experiencing consequences just strong enough to be an incentive for correction, but not strong enough to damage a life
Reply Retweet Like
Mrs. Izzo Sep 10
Replying to @jtmartinelli
Way to go, friend! Never stop learning.
Reply Retweet Like