Teachers spend years sowing seeds in the hope to make fine adults. They deserve appreciation, much like the prosperous gold roses of the Highgarden!
If you have ever been a student, you would surely recall at least one teacher who taught you beyond what the books said. That human transformed your life. Olenna Tyrell might not have been mighty found of the overdose of the gold roses she had to endure, but she knew the strength they bestowed upon her. They symbolised hope, prosperity and humility like none other. Here are a few such stories, served fresh from the Twitterverse where teachers proved to be much like the gold roses of the Highgarden!
Students created book spine poems today! pic.twitter.com/MgO8eyA4YA
— Miss Chamberlain (@hubbardmsmedia) April 5, 2019
A jar full of rewards
Caught ya bein’ good jar is back! Love using this reward system to promote random acts of kindness. This term I’m letting my Grade 7s elect each other. pic.twitter.com/skmuiIjMb8
— Holly Adams (@Miss_HollyAdams) April 1, 2019
Inking words go a long way
One small act can be so powerful. My kids have been making personalized kindness notes for each other at home and have been asking to read as a reward for being bucket fillers. I love how our classroom community has grown this year. ♥️ @CESMiniCougars @MPCSVA #mpcsconnects pic.twitter.com/5CD6K8dIZV
— Nicole Rossi (@MsRossisRoom) March 30, 2019
Points of kindness
Our students have been working hard to earn PBIS points called “Starbucks”. They can redeem them for various items. Tyson is a 4th grader & has been saving his points to read to another class. Today he chose to read to a special 1st grader..his sister who’s celebrating her bday! pic.twitter.com/cKvj5J2os3
— North Elementary (@StarsNES) April 5, 2019
Learning the comprehensive way
Today in second grade, we’re doing a kite building STEAM project. Students are measuring, following directions, engineering, working well with classmates, and being creative.#steamprojects @JoeWalkerES #Mc3G pic.twitter.com/92TGtIhzHW
— Melissa Cole (@Melissa71222593) April 5, 2019
Never forget the basics
Peekskill Basics Workshop today. Teaching parents and students the "Basics" #peekskillpride #peekskillbasics pic.twitter.com/2qY00Sfver
— Dir. Carmen Vargas (@VargasDir) April 5, 2019
Design 101: To learn as you go
We are working on our design process today! The students are prototyping their games. #LindberghLearns pic.twitter.com/PeiimHg4UI
— Paul Husch (@MrHusch) April 5, 2019
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Change is coming!
There are so many people to thank for working with our students today on their changemaker projects to create a positive impact on their community, but special shout out to the students for being awesome in the work that they did! #ShrewsburyLearns pic.twitter.com/xlEXwSHo1e
— Kelly Lawlor (@KellyEngTeacher) April 5, 2019
Math can be fun? Math can be fun!
Had some fun exploring 3D shapes today with my grade 2s! Many of my students thanked me for allowing them to skip math today?… little did they know they were participating in math the entire time! #teacherwin #math ✔️✍???? pic.twitter.com/kSlgoAJJNz
— Natalie Putigna (@MissPutigna) April 4, 2019
Of course, it all comes back
Feeling like a celebrity today when first grade friends wrote a beautiful poem for me! Love that I get to make connections with so many students in our building. ? #SEL #omg #SoPetey #ItsWorthIt pic.twitter.com/8KLaAzjzEV
— Meghann Moore (@WhiteTigerPride) April 5, 2019