We looked inside some of the tweets by @AlisaBraddy and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
We had so much fun in the launch of our Instructional Change Agent book study today. Thanks for the social time friends! I'm using the companion guide for the study: https://t.co/uNTqZ6h43u #leadered #LeadChangeEd #edchat #bookstudy #HMHProud #CrazyPLN #principalsinaction https://t.co/SawoQaEZM9
Such synergy in this group. Thanks for the opportunity! https://t.co/xt86tkjSqd
"We have taken everything we know about effective #remotelearning, layered it on what we know about pedagogy and delivering an electrifying MSC, and created an entirely new experience for educators." @linda_lucey #LeaderEd https://t.co/eD1PrPycJX https://t.co/4b7qZD6sGR
For some kids, school work gives them a healthy focus. For others, self-care may be the priority. @AlexSVenet shares an adage for staying flexible: “there are different paths up the mountain.” #DistanceLearning @KaraNewhouse https://t.co/VigQnfNCaO
Great read! Four core principles for trauma-informed distance learning. https://t.co/0xGfEEmO8W
Unless school districts have functioning online school options already in place, expecting teachers to develop a system on the fly in a short time makes no sense. Not to mention most of the work will not count for a million reasons. Meaning the time invested by teachers wasted.
So true! https://t.co/PTc3WFpzxD
Ever reflected on a child’s behavior and realized that you were the trigger for an escalation, outburst, tantrum, or meltdown? I have. I hate that feeling of guilt. It happens, though. When it does, we have to own it & repair it. Totally worth swallowing pride. Totally.
I see student behaviors triggered A LOT by adults in the building. And yet, students are led to believe they are “bad” kids. We have to do better. https://t.co/aLnQllkGMm
Words your students might need to hear today... 1. I believe in you. 2. I won't give up on you. 3. I have very high expectations for you, because I know you can do it. 4. It's going to be hard, but I'm here to help you get through it. 5. You’re doing great! Keep going.
I am so honored and blessed to have the opportunity to work with this incredibly gifted superintendent and the committed, passionate teachers that make Middletown Public Schools an innovative district. Congratulations!!! https://t.co/fx7fd1iiPj
How can we be clear about what students learn from a certain assignment or project if we're not first clear about their motivation for completing it? Is it because they have to do it or because they want to? The difference between the two is huge in terms of learning. #justsayin
“At my previous high school, our interview committee asked all candidates, ‘What are you reading?’ and then followed up with, ‘What are you learning from that reading that you can bring to your classroom?’” @pennykittle @ELmagazine https://t.co/EOtxE45sSx
Powerful question to ask in interviews! https://t.co/vrD2uy9IOK
Months ago, a good friend challenged me to ride every bus each semester. I had no idea how impactful it would be in bonding w/ kids. Every week, I now surprise the kids by riding a bus one morning. BEST way to build relationships! Thankful I took the advice. Ride the bus y’all!🚌 https://t.co/asNCoiRDsp
Unproductive meetings waste time & zap energy. Make them count: * don’t meet if info can emailed * plan agenda so meeting is streamlined 30 min max * Don’t meet just to meet * let others lead/ share expertise * limit meetings in planning time * have coffee/ snacks
Great tips! https://t.co/7Dto3fJLHa