Guildway’s End of the Week Roundup of Twitter Posts

Guildway has started this weekly series earlier this year, and over the course of almost two months, our team has decided to change our approach in selecting the Twitter posts that will be featured in our end of the week list. The first part of this post contains our top Twitter posts and Guildway blog posts. This week’s list contains a program that mails a book every month to any child from birth to 5 years old, tips for teaching critical thinking skills, social and emotional learning (SEL) resources from Common Sense, tools for creating timelines, essential tools to help you become a better teacher, and so much more.

Here are this week’s top blog posts that might help you improve your teaching and your students’ learning experience:

For the second part, we will shout-out influencers in the field of education and our dear followers. We will feature articles and inspiring words shared by them on Twitter. They continually motivate people by their words and inform us on the latest topics related to education. You can visit their Twitter profiles linked below to give them a follow.


Angela Maiers (@AngelaMaiers)
“The role of a creative leader is not to have all the ideas; it’s to create a culture where everyone can have ideas & feel that they’re valued.”

George Couros (@gcouros)
“You can fight change, adapt to change, embrace change, create change, and/or lead change. No matter your choice, it’s not going away.”
Blog Post: Convince Me

Eric Sheninger (@E_Sheninger)
Blog Post: What it Means to Be a True Leader

Ted Fujimoto (@tedfujimoto)
Article Shared: It’s Time to Weave Computational Thinking into K-12

Jason Elsom (@JasonElsom)
“We need to stop designing schools for teaching and start designing schools for learning.”


Jennifer Fox (@JenniferFox13)
Blog Post: Staying balanced in life

Ellen Gammel‏ (@EllenGammel)
Article Shared: Mastering Classroom Transitions

Tisha Richmond (@tishrich)
Blog Post: When Leaping Feels Like Skydiving

Colleen Terrill‏ (@cterrillteach)
“Connect on social media and build your PLN they are my rock and teachers. Be open to new challenges, don’t be afraid to try new things. Set goals, take classes, present at conferences. We are promoting more teacher-led PD.”

Kim Zajac (@ZajacSLP)
“A change of scenery is often the most valuable change you can make when a student is facing a difficult point in a task or project.”

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