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Marcia Philosophos 2h
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Alima Wilson 8m
When the students ask me if I am going to be there permanent teacher? Um think ago.... 🤷🏾‍♀️
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Scott Morissey 16m
Replying to @jhvessoyan
I remember that trade. It was on one of the last days of for me.
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ֆօռʏǟʍʏǟռ 18h
I’m not playing with my 3 kids! It’s time to crush goals! & countdown.
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GretcheNoel Nov 14
Happiness is.... cleaning my classroom safety goggles while blasting Historian
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JohnO! 6m
Cleaning out my room tonight and came across this photo😂😂😂 me and Mrs. B!! (if you went to Arnold, you know) ➡️ #2007 robmcd06 @…
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Katie L. Leahy Oct 21
I teach 8th grade humanities. I’m about to head into the Salem Witch Trials in history. Any amazing educators know of a few short stories and/or poems that I could use to bring choice into this unit in ELA?
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Your Teen Magazine Nov 5
is challenging for so many reasons. Academics become more difficult. Schedules fill up with activities. And, in what might be the most treacherous terrain for kids and parents alike, teenage friendships change.
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Jenna Yoon Oct 29
Trying to buy some books for my niece. She is in 7th grade and is an avid reader. Any book recommendations? Thank you! 😍
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TeacherMom Oct 23
[discussing Julie of the Wolves] Me: The wolves left a message for her with their urine. 6th grade girl, quietly: Pee-mail Teaching middle school is the best, y’all.
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Krista Bond 2h
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Kathleen Mercury 🔜 BGG PAXU! Oct 22
One of my students just said, “I have an old soul, according to Buzzfeed.”
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Robert Moore 7h
“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” Teacher’s aides in training . @ Palmer Trinity…
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Middle Schoolers Say... 3h
"I used to think my aunt was a hippie, but then I realized she's just Buddhist." -6th grader after a history quiz on Buddhism
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Nicole Menard 10h
Replying to @NicoleMenardEDU
Informative description of the history of orangutan endangerment due to habitat loss
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Raquel Reale 8h
Set a 30 second timer and let kids look at/be excited about the falling snow - they were all back in their seats and refocused by 1!
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Krista Bond 5h
I can't say enough good things about the way Readworks has restructured their website in the last year or so...check out my blog post
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Nigel Nov 14
My friend, W, drew this amazing pattern on the back of his notes weeks ago. Mrs. Alexander finally got it laminated for him!!! I hope he loves the way it turned out.
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Bonnie Dickson Nov 12
Doing forensic science activities as enrichment to physical and chemical properties of matter in 8th grade science. Are there any forensic science tv shows appropriate to use in middle school class?
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Queala Wells Nov 14
I walked into a class today and this made me giggle 😀.
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