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EdChat News Monday, June 25
- Forbes Welcome
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- Learning Agility: the Secret Sauce to Long-Term Success
- Blend Online and In-class Discussions to Give Every Student a Voice
- Google Sites Conversion Tool Now Available to More Users
- 25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently
- Create Interactive Agendas with Google Slides
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- Response: Ways to Use Tech to Differentiate Instruction – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher
- How To Save Time And Stay Organised With Task Workflows – eLearning Industry
- Creating New Pathways to Equitable Education
- Student Mental Health, Effective Instruction, and Professional Development Are Among Principals’ Top Concerns
- Managers who show great leadership qualities can inspire their teams to accomplish amazing things, according to Daniel Wang, the creator of Loopring Protocol and founder of the Loopring Foundation.
- Ive distilled my conversation with Wang to eight of the most essential qualities that make a great leader.
- True loyalty is ensuring that all team membershave the training and resources to do their jobs.
- Great leaders see themselves as being in a position of service to their team members, Wang said.
- Managerial competence – – Too many organizations try to create leaders from people who are simply good at their jobs.
@jeffhiseredu: 9. Displays of #gratitude!#edchat #leadupchat #joyfulleaders https://t.co/VOKiVZ55jj
- Employers desire high learning agility because hiring learning agile individuals is a better investment for the company, as these individuals have the tools to weather the storms of ambiguity and volatile market spaces.
- Learning agile individuals: – – Uncover new challenges – – Solicit direct and constant feedback – – Self-reflect – – Are resourceful in solutions – – See unique opportunities other people miss.
- At work, these individuals tend to be: – – More extroverted: More social, active, and likely to take charge – – More original: More likely to create new plans and ideas, seek complexity, readily accept change – – More resilient: More at ease, calm, and optimistic, and rebound from stressful…
- Risking:Venture into unknown territory, and are adventurous and comfortable with progressive – – 1 derailer: – – Defending:Getting defensive when you receive feedback, so you cannot fully embrace the opportunity to learn from experiences.
- When you get the opportunity to ask questions… ask about methods for obtaining feedback, which shows you value feedback as part of the learning process.
@curriculumblog: I’m Reading “Learning Agility: The Secret Sauce to Long-Term Success” https://t.co/6leU9P4SDJ #edchat https://t.co/ewr6tywM7F
@Catlin_Tucker: Blend Online and In-class Discussions to Give Every Student a Voice – https://t.co/OwvuyBdFdc #edchat
@EdTechNerd: Google Sites Conversion Tool Now Available to More Users https://t.co/M2Miptb4zz #edtech #edchat
- Editors Note:We often look at the qualities and characteristics of good teaching and learning, including the recent following pieces: – – How A Good Teacher Becomes Great What You Owe Your Students Ten Secrets To Surviving As A Teacher – – The Characteristics Of A Highly Effective Learning Environment How…
- What students take away from a successful education usually centers on a personal connection with a teacher who instilled passion and inspiration for their subject.
- Successful teachers are able to live without immediate feedback – – There is nothing worse than sweating over a lesson plan only to have your students walk out of class without so much as a smile or a, Great job teach!
- In order to avoid becoming the stuck and stubborn teacher, successful educators take time to reflect on their methods, their delivery, and the way they connect with their students.
- Successful teachers are comfortable with the unknown – – Its difficult to teach in an environment where you dont know the future of your classroom budget, the involvement of your students parents, or the outcome of all your hard work.
@DavidGeurin: 25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently https://t.co/oofYMcRKMn via @TeachThought #edchat #FutureDriven https://t.co/mGmDKwIbSh
@Catlin_Tucker: Create Interactive Agendas with Google Slides https://t.co/tnLP7vfH0b #caedchat #edchat #adminchat #blendedlearning https://t.co/9EVN5Xi129
Response: Ways to Use Tech to Differentiate Instruction – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher
@SuffolkZone: RT DrAAlston: Response: Ways to Use Tech to Differentiate Instruction https://t.co/gHpx4LzgUh #edchat #edtech… https://t.co/kj2Iz9ym6a
@teachermarija: How To Save Time And Stay Organised With Task Workflows https://t.co/8FTMFwsRPf #edtech #edchat via elearnindustry
@MHEducation: 🎓Two practical ways to create more equitable learning opportunities for all K-12 students: https://t.co/s3wLtAXuCG… https://t.co/ZxBCofjKsE
Student Mental Health, Effective Instruction, and Professional Development Are Among Principals’ Top Concerns
@youngchildfacts: According to @NAESP, principals’ top concern is addressing students’ emotional problems. https://t.co/9JPvLLydI8 #SEL #edchat