Monday, March 30, 2015

Top LYS Tweets From the Week of March 22, 2015

A number of you in the LYS Nation are now Twitter users.  If you haven’t done so yet, we want you to join us.  To let you see what you are missing, here are the Top 10 LYS Tweets from the week of March 22, 2015.

1. I like to pay taxes for schools even though I don't have a kid in school because I don't like living in country with a bunch of stupid people (By @johngreen)

2. Shameful that we have to spend so much energy protecting our Texas school children from the hurtful policies of the Texas Legislature. (By @pastors4txkids)

3. You cannot run a school sitting behind a desk! (By @grizfan99)

4. On-going, purposeful & focused teacher training is THE way to support staff, reduce anxiety and promote student performance. (By @CabidaCain)

5. The person doing the talking and writing about the content is the person doing the learning... Is it the teacher or the students in your class? (By @CariBegin)

6. Most teachers do the best they know. They know best if provided on-going purposeful training with follow-up. (By @CabidaCain)

7. Another great thing about Kindergarten. When someone is being mean, you just tell your teacher and she fixes it. (By @LYSNation)

8. Success is a slippery slope, we want sustainable success, not just isolated successful events. (By @8Amber8)

9. Today's Quote:  “Rewards and punishment are the lowest forms of education.” (By @DrRichAllen)

10. The level of cognition required while coloring a map in a secondary social studies class is... None. Nada. Zed. (By @LYSNation)

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