Top LYS Tweets From the Week of November 9, 2014

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 November 9, 2014.

1. Take an environmental walk through your school. What is on walls reflects what you value. (By @norskireader)

2. It’s always a good idea to speak up for your school because I can promise someone is speaking against it. (By @BluntEducator)

3. A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected. (By @NAPmath)

4. Don’t think problem, think opportunity. (By @LeadershipTipss)

5. As @LYSNation (S. Cain) says, it’s Frequent Small Group PURPOSEFUL Talk. Purposeful in BOLD, ALL CAPS, AND FLASHING FONT! (By @vhsaldana)

6. Bad news served in between a positive sandwich makes for a poor meal.  Be kind but be direct when having tough conversations. (By @TroyMooney)

7. Courage is the commitment to begin without any guarantee of success. (By @CoachKWisdom)

8. “Great leaders stay positive in the most difficult of challenges. Wrathful leaders stay negative even in the best of situations.” (By @MangersDiary)

9. The United States once led the world in future development.  Now we are allowing ideology to stop needed development! (By @herbertoneiljr)

10. HISD trustee, Lunceford, says state’s end-of-course algebra exam isn’t high stakes when kids only have to get 37% correct to pass the test. (By @e_mellon)

Think. Work. Achieve. Your turn…

  • Call Jo at (832) 477-LEAD to order your campus set of “The Fundamental 5: The Formula for Quality Instruction.” Individual copies available on Amazon.com!  http://tinyurl.com/Fundamental5 
  • Now at the Apple App Store: Fun 5 Timer (Fundamental 5 Delivery Tool); Fun 5 Plans (Fundamental 5 Lesson Plan Tool) 
  • Upcoming Presentations: TMSA Winter Conference; ASCD Annual Conference; TEPSA Summer Conference 
  • Follow Sean Cain and LYS on www.Twitter.com/LYSNation  and like Lead Your School on Facebook
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