Yes, this is one of those blog posts that aggregates information from another source (this one being Twitter).
Yes, I 100% realize that not all our parents or stakeholders follow the school on Twitter (and you 100% do NOT have to, to be in the know).
No, it is not entirely because I am still barely recovered, let alone caught up, from the two-country, weeklong double Bat Mitzvah of my youngest daughter.
Yes, I intend to resume my normal style of blogging in the weeks ahead. (Teaser alert: “The ‘COVID Gap’ is Real, But it is NOT Academic.”)
Yes, I totally made up #The65TweetChallenge to match that our school has sent out 65 tweets from the start of the school year until the day I created the visual below. There is nothing magical about “65”.
…with more and more OJCS Faculty utilizing Twitter to share thoughts, questions and observations with the larger educational world (as Twitter is the social media platform of choice for educators) and more and more OJCS Staff sharing ownership of the school’s Twitter account, I do think it is interesting to go through our school’s Tweets as a way of checking on our values and priorities.
I know what I see when I review the timeline below, but what do you see?
Evidence of our “North Stars”?
Artifacts of “The OJCS Way” or “The OJCS Difference” (how our school uniquely views teaching and learning)?
Diversity of subject, language, and grade?
Any other interesting patterns or meaningful absences?
Hit us up in the comments below or on Twitter (@the_ojcs) itself and let us know!