Tweets of the Week - August 9th, 2015

  Below are the tweets that caught my eye this past week. Scroll through and have a look!     "Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny." - C.C. Lewis— MichaelSmithSupt (@principalspage) August 3, 2015 Excellence is never an accident.— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) August 4, 2015 Sometimes the best thing you can share with someone is a smile, hug, high five, or just a simple "you're noticed" #Share— Todd Nesloney (@TechNinjaTodd) August 4, 2015 Leadership: Model. Connect. Involve. That's it.— Sean Junkins (@sjunkins) August 5, 2015 Playing not to lose = protecting against what could go wrong.— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) August 6, 2015 You are surrounded by genius…don't miss opportunities to let it flow.— David Culberhouse (@DCulberhouse) August 6, 2015 Professional development sessions can give teachers a great reminder of what some students must endure on a daily basis. #eduality— Blunt Educator (@BluntEducator) August 8, 2015
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Tweets of the Week - August 2nd, 2015

  Below are the tweets that caught my eye this past week. Scroll through and have a look!       I wonder if Twitter cost money,would school districts buy it to use it for their staffs to do personal learning by creating networks?#Edchat— Tom Whitby (@tomwhitby) July 27, 2015 Our kids' educations should not depend on an educators comfort zone. #Edchat— Tom Whitby (@tomwhitby) July 28, 2015 "To think outside the box successfully you have to know what is inside the box." - Uri Treisman #agentsofchange— Lucy West (@LucyWestTLC) July 28, 2015 “The man who is afraid to risk failure seldom has to face success.” John Wooden— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) July 29, 2015 Best strategy to break the ice with students and parents at the start of the school year: Smile...it's simple, easy, and highly effective.— Blunt Educator (@BluntEducator) July 29, 2015 Tweeting enhances communication; it forces us to get...
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Tweets of the Week - July 26th, 2015

  Below are the tweets that caught my eye this past week. Scroll through and have a look!     Tourists in the Statue of Liberty’s Crown, New York City, 1947. pic.twitter.com/3g10eL20kh— History In Pictures (@HistoryInPix) July 19, 2015 Two people in charge of one thing is a train wreck waiting to happen. #leadership— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) July 20, 2015 Perfect quote for any Servant Leader. #suptchat #leadupchat pic.twitter.com/E5OFfgpDeF— Dr. Eric D Knost (@ROCK_Supt) July 21, 2015 You will be a character in the story of each of your students. It's up to you whether you'll be a hero or a villain. via @DrJoeClark #edchat— Dr. Justin Tarte (@justintarte) July 21, 2015 Education didn't change my life, educators did. Teacher's Matter ... a lot.— John Gunnell (@gunnellAP) July 22, 2015 Servant Leadership! #rockchat #suptchat pic.twitter.com/uuTXx0MTlq— Dr. Eric D Knost (@ROCK_Supt) July 22, 2015 Student behavior is like an iceberg... don't forget...
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Tweets of the Week - July 19th, 2015

Below are the tweets that caught my eye this past week. Scroll through and have a look!       Effective leaders become less not more important.— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) July 13, 2015 90% of questions asked in classroom are based on surface learning. We need to find a balance with deeper questions! #annualvl2015— Theresa Christian (@rlctmc90) July 13, 2015 A closer look at the "roots" of self-reg & attentional probs. More coming on this w/@StuartShanker! #selfreg2015 pic.twitter.com/4DYsxRjaS7— The Mehrit Centre (@Self_Reg) July 13, 2015 Educators who fail to make connections to collaborate b/c they are doing well enough will never get beyond that. #Edcampldr #edchat— Tom Whitby (@tomwhitby) July 13, 2015 If you aren't learning you're losing. #leadership #learning— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) July 13, 2015 Seeing assessment as feedback on teaching is so powerful #AnnualVL2015 @CorwinPress pic.twitter.com/i1CAmjhxXA— Visible Learning (@VisibleLearning) July 14, 2015 The leaders who will have deep...
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Tweets of the Week - July 12th, 2015

  Below are the tweets that caught my this past week. Scroll through and have a look!     Don't get mad at students for not reading/learning all summer if that is your summer plan as well. #eduality— Blunt Educator (@BluntEducator) July 6, 2015 Never criticize unless you're ready to pursue solutions. #leadership— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) July 7, 2015 What would happen if technology departments in schools didn't focus on control, but rather on access, openness & adaptability? #edtech— Dr. Justin Tarte (@justintarte) July 7, 2015 Nothing is impossible, the word itself says “I’m possible”! — Audrey Hepburn pic.twitter.com/bL0JxLyxa4— Angela Maiers (@AngelaMaiers) July 8, 2015 Be consistent but reject conformity.— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) July 9, 2015 An updated Achieving Excellence graphic of Ontario students' voice from the Minister's Student Advisory Council pic.twitter.com/TPPPCmX5GW— Cecil Roach (@CecilRoachSO) July 9, 2015
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