10 Interesting/Influential Tweets
I’ve Read on Twitter
Your messages on Twitter must be 140 characters or less. This can make sending a message quite challenging at times. Often, people will include a link to a blog post, article, or other information. Sometimes, people will post short, but powerful, messages. Below, you will find some of these short, powerful messages that I “favourited”. There are many, many more “favourites”, but these are the ones I chose to include in this 10 in 10. (You can click on the tweeter’s name to visit their website/blog and their Twitter name to visit their Twitter account).
“When kids or anyone, for that matter, do something wrong it is not authority’s job to add to the shame, rather to restore dignity.”
“We’re bribing students into compliance rather than challenging them into engagement –
The following tweet is a powerful tweet to me because I believe it is so important for all leaders in education to see the strengths in their buildings and celebrate these strengths. In doing so, they should shout them out for everyone to hear (including in the school)!
“We literally have the best school. I’m so grateful to be part of such a special place that nurtures every kid’s particular strengths.”
“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. ~Mohandas Gandhi”
And, #11 . . . something important to remember . . .
Thanks for the inspiration, everyone!
Now, it’s your turn . . .
Do you have any tweets you have “favourited” that you’d like to share? I’d love to hear some of them.