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The Experimental Teacher Apr 5
I feel this SO much. I worry about my students - if this time is hard for me, it must be so challenging for them, especially after last year dealing with the
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Michelle Wooten🙋‍♀️ Apr 5
A3 Lack of interactions with my Ss. I can call my coworkers, text them, but my students? I just want to talk with each of them and let them know we are going to get through this, and I cannot.
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Dustin, M.Ed Apr 5
A3: the personal boundry to stop working. Its easy on campus bc we leave everyday, with distance learning you can work all day if your not careful, so developing that discipline to put the laptop down
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jim walters🏊‍♂️🏃🏼‍♂️🚴‍♂️ Apr 5
A1: As an independent school consultant; I became unemployed overnight; learning to pivot. On top of that, I now find myself trying to homeschool while worrying about pandemic things. Talk about amygdala hijack. I'm living out my trauma-informed workshops in 1st person
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Ambre Lee Apr 5
A2-Working at home gives me the opportunity to see what my kitties do all day long, along with my Pitbull who is suffering from arthritis. Also, I get better coffee and snacks!
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The Experimental Teacher Apr 5
Welcome to ! We're here tonight to share ideas on how to make working from home work for us. Please introduce yourself - tell us where you work and what you do.
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Michelle Wooten🙋‍♀️ Apr 5
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Dustin, M.Ed Apr 5
Ready for a great night of
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Dustin, M.Ed 24h
Q7: deep meditation, lots of reading, long walks bc my gym is closed 😑, collaborating with my amazing PLN , as well as We Are One Team, and tv in the evening
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🍎📚Jillian Damon 🍎📚 Apr 5
A3: Not being around people. That is a struggle for this extrovert. I miss movement - as a I walk 4-5 miles a day. Since I am not a teacher I have limited access to the students and I am instead focusing on teacher supports. I am missing the connection.
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Roman Nowak Apr 5
“True friends aren’t the ones who make your problems disappear. They are the ones who won’t disappear when you’re facing problems.” -unknown Check on your friends. Spend time with them. Love them.
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Brad Weaver Apr 5
Mixed emotions...I was totally geeked out about finishing the semester w/ my kiddos. I am feeling better now that I have learned how to use and Google Classroom. Still miss 'em so much though.
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jim walters🏊‍♂️🏃🏼‍♂️🚴‍♂️ Apr 5
Jim & Toby from STL; doing our part❤️
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Melissa Wood-Glusac 24h
A7: my best self-care comes in the form of cuddling.
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Mr. Paul Kelsey NBCT Apr 5
I like the quietness and relaxed setting but miss the noise of school.
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The Experimental Teacher Apr 5
Absolutely! As overwhelming as trying to learn to teach remotely is, I don't know what I would do without the focus of trying to serve my students
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Dr. Tracey Hultman Apr 5
A6: Having patience with myself and the situation. Using the opportunity to grow and appreciate my relationship and time with my daughters. Having confidence that it’s OK and we will get through this. Using this opportunity to teach others resilience and perseverance.
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The Experimental Teacher 24h
Thank you so much for sharing your ideas with us tonight! These are challenging times, but we are so much better together :) Take care and if you have a moment, follow and/or reach out to someone you met on this chat tonight.
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Peg Grafwallner Apr 5
A4 I'm very fortunate. As an Instructional Coach/Reading Specialist, my colleagues are my "Ss." I've reached out every week offering resources & availability & will continue to do so. No boundaries so far; haven't needed them
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Dustin, M.Ed Apr 5
A2: I can refill my coffee cup!!! Its nice personally, I can meditate longer, read more, and do all this from my couch!
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