Monday, October 31, 2016

Top LYS Tweets From the Week of October 23, 2016

If you are not following @LYSNation on Twitter, then you missed the Top 10 LYS Tweets from the week of October 23, 2016 when they were first posted.  And if you are on Twitter, you might want to check out the Tweeters who made this week’s list.

1. The price of leadership is conflict. (By @AIEConf)

2. Seems like we would get more done if our conversations focused more on student-centered solutions instead of adult-centered problems. (By @BluntEducator)

3. There are two types of people. Dream makers and gatekeepers. Dream makers make it happen. Gatekeepers focus on rules and policies. (By @Snowmanlearning)

4. "Social media is like water. You can either let us drown or teach us to swim." - a student (By @Ms_Holliman)

5. Pastor Chris just said, "This is your 'I will' statement." Has he been trained in The Fundamental 5? (By @ambrli844)

6. In school we need to stop saying we are building the leaders of tomorrow, we need to help them be leaders today! (By @khund)

7. Research shows that when a teacher has a healthy relationship with his students, student achievement increases. (By @Dinky933)

8. There isn't just an achievement gap; there is an exposure gap. We have to create experiences and connections for our kids. (By @Snowmanlearning)

9. If all 700,000 people working in Texas public schools voted, it could determine the outcome of the elections! VOTE!! (By @TXeducatorsvote)

10. The Fundamental 5 (Cain & Laird) has been a great read for strengthening my instructional strategies. (By @Trent_Rasmussen)‬

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