We looked inside some of the tweets by @ELmagazine and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
“Although email can help principals efficiently communicate with their school communities, it can also increase the demands on their time, add stress to their workdays, & hinder their decision making.” @craighochbein Read more: "You've Got Email" https://t.co/bCVfXohxT2 https://t.co/yrRRchM3bm
👇 The principalship should be about rolling up your sleeves, working alongside students/staff—being present, visible, and honoring connections— email can be a great tool, but consuming if not managed . Essential conversation for sure! Good article, @ELmagazine https://t.co/t0KAkpAbwh
Instead of asking “How will we know what our students know?” it could be more productive to ask, “What do our students need?” @tguskey
What does a day in the life of remote teaching really look like? ASCD asked a handful of educators to film their experiences during quarantine over the last few months. https://t.co/ns0z5nbgLK
“Think of the master schedule as a template for a school’s values & priorities. It’s the frame that aligns your vision w/ the human & fiscal resources you prioritize to make learning opportunities more equitable for the coming school year.” @CherylHibbeln https://t.co/In64mE9YdV https://t.co/oiFovENmGr