Weekly Inspo Vids - Week Twenty Seven
Happy Saturday! This felt like one of those weeks that sped right by. Lots of variety on my side. A couple days in schools, some video editing, some baby holding. It was a good week. I hope it was for you as well.
This week’s video is a bit longer at about six and a half minutes, but I promise you it’s worth it. I worked in a district that implemented this same idea and it was incredible. And this video is very well produced to boot. I hope you love it!
And this week’s Emailable PD is based on one of my favorite classroom management books and includes a very practical strategy to avoid labeling students.
From Peer Driven PD
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“Imagination is the highest kite one can fly.”
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Weekly Emailable PD
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This week’s Emailable PD is inspired by one of my favorite books, The Ten Students You’ll Meet in Your Classroom. In it, Vickie Gill talks about the damaging power of labeling students as “distracting,” “disrespectful,” or “too rowdy.” In this week’s PD, we talk about what to do instead.
(Note: I don’t make any money from recommending books. I just like to pass along good resources.)
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