#FallInstitute2015: What Lester Said

What did participants hear Lester Laminack say @IowaASCD at their #FallInstitute2015?

(These responses were all collected from Twitter.)

The importance of school culture . . .

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Learning, thinking and questioning . . . 

lesterism twenty

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Instructional Practices . . .

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lesterism eight

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And the importance or reading, writing, and living . . .

lesterism fourteen

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Which “Lester-ism” is your favorite?

Why?

Where and when will you use it?

A Summary – Nineteen tweets that reflect learning, laughter and “Lester-isms”

Additional information about Lester’s (His request, “One name only!”) visit to Iowa here and here!

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2 responses

  1. This is so inspiring, Fran! Both the tweets themselves and the way you curated them. I love Lester’s messages about really listening to students. So refreshing and important.

    1. Thanks, Anna!
      It “almost” felt like cheating for a blog post but then I looked at the clock and the amount of time that I spent sorting out tweets. . . And I agree that his message about students is SO important!

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