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Nicole Boyle 3h
Woke up today thinking about how we can give teachers more voice in the decisions made about their classrooms and their students. Our teachers know best. Any ideas out there?
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Abbie Swann Sep 17
Replying to @AbbieSwann3
If anyone wants them please feel free to DM me with your email and i will send them across 😊 πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ™ŒπŸΌ
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Judie Offerdahl is on the mend... Sep 17
In case you need a little inspiration . A terrific example to mention when teaching about persistence .
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Ellie πŸ–€πŸ’ŸπŸ’œ 2h
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Tank Johnson Sep 18
Today at work was 2 Hr. Ear. release/teacher PD day. So after my students left get a call 2 come 2 the office 4 this...I am not sure who sent items the only gift note was from !!!!! Thank u so much!!!
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
A1: I love Julia Cook's books. Kids love her modern spin to things such as "I Just Don't Like the Sound of No!" and other social skill titles.
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Kelsey Harrell 16h
Y’all, thank goodness for 2nd graders that can do hair!
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Shelby J. Morris 13h
Happy birthday to the best morning duty partner a teacher could ask for ! πŸ˜‰
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Amy Sep 18
I think my faculty are more caring than I am. I went home sick yesterday, had ppl bring me dinner (a bit of banana), soda water, medicine; today aleve & chicken soup w/ginger. If I don’t get better immediately, it’s bc I’m actually on my deathbed
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
A1: I always loved using The Land of Many Colors...it is a classic about learning to get along!
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Teacher2Teacher 17h
Teamwork makes the dream work! πŸ’ͺ , via T
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
A3: My favorite book for Autumn is The Ox-Cart Man, by Donald Hall. Kids to know what their country's past was like, and that we did not have conveniences as we do now. We draw comparisons to our local farming culture.
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Vickita Bhatt 15h
Great learning today with - thank you for organizing and for also seeing that I was wearing heels and lending me your shoes! Who does that?!
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Lauren Catalano Sep 15
A post from one of my first . Too great not to share! in a classroom and on a staff where everyone has unique needs. Thanks for the reminder Brynn Lipstreu!
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
Gather up all of your favorite literature shares and join us tonight at chat! 8:30 EST!
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Erica M Dean Sep 18
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
Remember, if you can't make this time slot, we will have it archived later.
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
I presented on Performance Based Grading to new staff. Such nice people!
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
We hope you will join us next week! A 30 minute chat with great content! Have a great week!
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πŸŽΌπ“œπ•’π•˜π•˜π•šπ•– 🎼 Sep 18
A2: This one is really great for teaching empathy: Stand in My Shoes Elmer the Elephant is good for noting differences should be encouraged, not laughed at.
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