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Brian Mendler Nov 9
Care more about “that kid” than anything ur trying to teach that kid, & u can teach that kid anything u want. How do YOU show “that kid” how much you care?
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Julie Woodard Nov 11
A2 on difficult mornings - I remind myself two things — a kid might have a story to tell and I might be who needs to hear it - and ..
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BarbaraGruener Nov 11
A5: Our Button Bowl! I scent the buttons with an essential oil spray; talk about awakening your senses. The sound is so soothing, like a rain forest, the smell, the visual appeal. SO many ways to incorporate these tiny treasures into your practice!
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Roman Nowak Nov 14
“In a society that has you counting money, lbs, calories and steps, be a rebel and count your blessings instead.” -unknown Be different. Be positive.
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𝕎𝕖𝕟𝕕𝕪ℍ𝕒𝕟𝕜𝕚𝕟𝕤 #ℂ𝕖𝕝𝕖𝕓𝕣𝕒𝕥𝔼𝔻🎉⭕️🎉 Nov 14
“Failure is a bruise, not a tattoo.”—J. Sinclair This is not only what adults should understand, but what we should teach kids—get up, dust yourself off, try again & do your best—every time.
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Roman Nowak Nov 13
Kindness starts with ONE... Be the ONE who makes a difference. Be the ONE who smiles. Be the ONE shares HOPE. Be the ONE who makes KINDNESS the norm. Happy World Kindness Day! Be amazing!
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Stephanie Chambers Nov 11
A2: My sons and I use the calm app during the last seven minutes of our day. I also play soft music in the morning and when my students arrive.
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Mr. D's Dream Team Nov 13
Each year for we fill up each other with our “Plate full of compliments!” I show the students that I still keep mine from years past and use them to pick me up when I’m having a bad day! They loved it!!
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Julie Woodard Nov 11
A2 I drive this shore each morning on the way to school; I drive a hybrid so I can record in silence with no engine sound as I creep the shoreline ... listening - enjoying - and I often share cuz not everyone’s as this view in their neighborhood
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Arlevia Davis Nov 13
Having fun teaching DNA. DNA Queen. My students love my DNA remake. They say, "This is the bop."
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Casey Burch Nov 15
If they (students) didn’t have to be there, would you be teaching to an empty room?
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Arlevia Davis Nov 8
DNA to the tune of Jingle Bells. With hand motions!! So many students wanted to stay after school and make this video.
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Annick Rauch Nov 11
A3 I love my zen space in my classroom, and it is always a go-to for students. Dim lights with the option of turning on the lamp. Round little carpet. Big comfy pillows. Books nearby. 💜
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Emily Paschall Nov 14
Tomorrow is !! What will YOU do tomorrow to give every kid a “Face Lift” and make them smile the moment they arrive at school? I can’t wait to see you shine!
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Kayla Thompson Nov 11
Hey folks! Newbie here 🙋 I'm a pre-service teacher from AR. My fave way to relax is reading a good book or watching a tear jerker 😜 I also love being out in nature in the peace and quiet, which comes natural here ❤️🙌
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Cheryl Yoworski Nov 11
A3. After taking a self regulation course from we reflected on removing ourselves away from having a “calming area”. Here’s why➡️
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Annick Rauch Nov 11
A4: so, I LOVE SEL, self reg and breathing strategies. My favourite book to introduce this is “Frog’s Breathtaking Speech” ans then students make up their own breathing strategies. Check them out here
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Hans Appel Nov 11
When you return home from a long inspiring weekend with to find this Thank You, in your school in-box from one of your student’s parents... 😂
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Katherine Goyette 2h
Textbook, programs, & curriculum are tools. They cannot replace the power of a reflective teacher.
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Ryan Sheehy 8h
Unwind. Relax. Take some time for yourself. The more time you have, the better you will be tomorrow for kids.
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