Nov 20 – Dec 1 Reads and Tweets

  1. Here are some reads for the week…

  2. … and here are some tweets that caught my attention.

  3. doctorjeff
    There is *nothing* more magical than that moment when you witness understanding wash over a child. #teacher #edchat #stemchat #gtchat
  4. sheila_bali
    “Creativity is intelligence having fun.”~ Albert Einstein.
  5. PeterCohen21
    @MGeoghegan11 @RickWormeli “Grades are not compensation but should be Communication.” Yes, now let’s convince folks at all levels.
  6. twrightmu
    In Finland, there are no teacher evaluations and no national exams. Wow! They trust teachers after their career preparation. #pdkel12
  7. UngJen
    Take time to listen to your students. We might be the only person in their lives that do.
  8. LeaderQuote
    Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted” -Albert Einstein
  9. ChrisWejr
    “The law of FLOATATION was not discovered thru the contemplation of the sinking of things” T. Troward #schim78 What are we contemplating?

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