December 10th – 16th Reads and Tweets

  1. Here are some articles and posts that interested me this week…
  2. … and here are some tweets that caught my attention this week.
  3. LeaderQuote
    “One can have no smaller or greater mastery than mastery of oneself.” - Leonardo da Vinci
  4. ToddWhitaker
    People learn something every day, and a lot of times it’s that what they learned the day before was wrong. – Bill Vaughan
  5. flamesstamp
    Kids don’t stop asking questions because they lose interest. they lose interest because they stop asking questions.”
  6. Inspired_Ones
    Sometimes it is not enough to do our best; we must do what is required. – Winston Churchill
  7. millerg6
    The last wk of school before a break is very stressful 4 some students; especially those who don’t go home 2 a Hallmark Christmas. #hs4
  8. LeaderQuote
    “All through nature, you will find the same law. First the need, then the means. ” - Robert Collier
  9. DanielLFrazier
    Whomever does the most work in the classroom learns the most. Are the students working, or sitting and receiving?
  10. LegendQuotes
    “I have failed many times, but I have never gone into a game expecting myself to fail.” ~ Michael Jordan

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