If you are not following @LYSNation on Twitter, then you missed the Top 10 LYS tweets from the past week 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.
- Without realizing it, we sort students into groups of leaders and followers. We do this with the instructional strategies that we choose (or actually choose not) to use every day. (By @LYSNation)
- Gritching is the lubricant that allows a person to deal with the friction of change. (By @LYSNation)
- You can’t always control circumstances – you can always control your attitude, approach and response. –Tony Dungy (By @CoachMotto)
- With a short walk-thru (classroom observation), when you make subjective determinations, you are writing fiction. Fiction is not very useful for anything relating to campus and classroom decision making. (By @LYSNation)
- We have plenty of money for our children’s education. But we must close loopholes, make everyone pay their fair share, and quit seeing taxes as evil. Taxes are investment in a prosperous future. Texans will gladly pay them if the case is made powerfully and clearly. (By @pastors4txkids)
- If you, the teacher, are the sole source of knowledge in your classroom, then the pace of content delivery is reduced significantly. (By @LYSNation)
- If a player makes what looks like a poor decision, confront it, but in the right way. Ask, ‘Tell me what you saw’ and listen. –Clint Hurdle (By @CoachMotto)
- We are the public-school experts in our community. Engage and educate at every opportunity. (By @LYSNation)
- A leader with question is more interesting than a leader with all the answers. (By @Leadershipfreak)
- You can either have a lot of GOOD (balance) or a little of GREAT (imbalance). (By @LYSNation)
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