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Kim Griesbach Dec 1
Was planning to join in, but making sure my daughter gets back to college safely instead (*roads just changed from good winter driving to โ€œice coveredโ€)! ๐Ÿ˜ฑ
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Karl Ubelhoer Dec 1
It's easy to get caught up in the rushing around - baking, events, parties, shopping, etc. But taking a moment to be present to another person - look them in the eye, listen to their story, ask questions about them/their story - and offer that gift of here-ness.
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Karl Ubelhoer Dec 1
Joy looks like 'oneness' - there's a calm within the crazy & everything slows down a half a beat. Everyone just sort of fits and there is a general state of contentment.
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Kecia McDonald Dec 1
A4 I like to have my students focus on gratitude during this season, rather than a countdown or a focus on what we want for Christmas. We usually write cards to a teachers in my school. The joy comes from recalling the memories and then giving appreciation
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Karl Ubelhoer Dec 1
A1. What brings me joy is laughter. I also really love umpiring baseball games - the competition, the camaraderie, the cheers for the great plays...all bring me joy. .
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Courtney Stepp Dec 1
A3) I don't do countdown to winter break. I try to learn about holidays my Ss celebrate and use literature to incorporate it into my teaching. We also write about things that are special to us.
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Karl Ubelhoer Dec 1
Good evening, . Karl from the soggy Jersey shore checking in. I teach 3rd-6th gr ELA
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Elyse Hahne Dec 1
Replying to @St006C
Countdowns are not something that brings joy to me. They can cause hype and anxiety. Iโ€™m glad you invite students to write about what brings them joy.
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Elyse Hahne Dec 1
Question 3: the holidays donโ€™t always bring joy to everyone around us. How do we spread joy and be respectful of others at the same time?
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Elyse Hahne Dec 1
Question 4: How will you spread joy to others around you during the hustle and bustle of this holiday season?
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Bethany Stoddard Dec 1
Hey! Bethany from Madison, WI. Middle school AP. I get joy from family, close friends, my puppy, travel and fresh air.
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Becky Schnekser Dec 1
A2: Joy looks like active engagement. I teach science to littles...when they are โ€œall inโ€ doing science; itโ€™s pure joy for Ss and me and well.
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Theresa Holloran ๐Ÿ‡๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŠ Dec 1
Theresa in late. Putting away laundry!!
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Kris Jenkins, MaEd. Dec 1
Replying to @schnekser
A1: People smiling & laughing, having a good time!
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Theresa Holloran ๐Ÿ‡๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŠ Dec 1
A1 joy is a choice. My father died 2 years ago and I made a point to choose joy through the very difficult time. Gratitude leads to happiness and joy.
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Dr. Dorothy VanderJagt Dec 1
A1: Happiness! Many things bring happiness....family, student success, a Starbucks! lol
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Elyse Hahne Dec 1
Thank you for joining us tonight. Join us on December 15th as we reflect on gratitude and celebrate the good around us. Have a great week.
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Courtney Stepp Dec 1
A1) Joy is that feeling that gives you a sparkle in your eye. Joy is what happens when a student has an ah-ha moment.
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Karl Ubelhoer Dec 1
You can't spread joy. Joy, to me, is something that comes from the inside out. How do you combat the absence of joy? Extend an invitation to someone who needs an invitation.
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Courtney Stepp Dec 1
Replying to @TheresaHolloran
Mine is still in the washer and the dryer! You're further than me! :)
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