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Episode Info: Follow OklaSaid the #Oklaed Podcast on:              Fill out our Enduring Questions Form. Thank You Podcast Hosts and where to find us on Twitter: OklaSaid: twitter.com/oklasaidErin Barnes:twitter.com/ebarnes73Scott Haselwood: twitter.com/teachfromhere Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter: Steve Gilliland @Stv_Gilliland Asst. Principal at Del City High School and Dr. Phil Campbell @drphilcampbell Overview of chat topic Failure is Not an option Questions from the chat: 1 @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/bXjDNGh5AQ— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018A1. When I taught freshmen math, I would give tours of the school to them so they would feel more comfortable in the school. Coming to the HS can be overwhelming. Leadership we usually do team building activities like Mousetraps or a scavenger hunt. #oklaed https://t.co/ObujyuhJAS— Kristy Cooper (@kriscoop80) November 19, 2018a1) I really like doing flipgrid intros.. I can review them since I am tragic at names. #oklaed— Dr Theresa Cullen (@DrTerriC) November 19, 20182 @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/xhR6mKr1TB— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018A2 Be available. Hear what they say. Look them in the eyes and tell them what you truly appreciate about them. Everyone needs to hear something good sometimes. Shout the good for all to hear and whisper the bad when necessary…#oklaed https://t.co/TfGELMwqwr— Pamela Huston (@PrincipalHuston) November 19, 2018A2: Value the small things that students want to talk about or say to you. Then follow up on it. This shows that you genuinely care for your students. #oklaed— Pius Xavier Halder (@Xavier_PH) November 19, 20183 @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/v5i2fSjYzw— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018A3) Meet students where they are—even if they are disengaged and seated at the back of the class. #oklaed https://t.co/j43SH8N7bw— Joy Hofmeister (@joy4ok) November 19, 2018A3. I try to figure out what they’re interested in. I also try to keep in mind that it’s ok to be introverted. I look for opportunities for them to show me what they know until they’re comfortable speaking up in class discussions. #oklaed— Lauren Peña (@lauren_pena16) November 19, 20184 @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/gkRBRUcx1P— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018A4: Keep in touch with other educators. Take part in chats and discussions. Watch and take part in webinars and seminars. #oklaed— Pius Xavier Halder (@Xavier_PH) November 19, 2018A4: Many hours of active supervision in the lunch room, after school programs and before ball games. That’s how I keep my relevancy game on “fleek.” That term is old but the kids get a kick out of it #oklaed https://t.co/kpBtDbNBaT— Shane A. Sanders, M.Ed. (@edu_sanders70) November 19, 20185 @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/PG7iMudlSP— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilli...
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