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Mrs A Preedy Jul 8
Never been so excited for a delivery before! Feel very diligent and professional now with my first ever which I absolutely love!
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Jennifer Gonzalez 2h
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Andrew J. Canlé Jul 7
Research indicates this to be a common tale in education. Be the new teacher for children 👏⬇️ [The Power of Moments]
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Pam Strasser Jul 6
Y’all know what time it is! Gift Train time! I ask that you tell us about you, share your list and most wanted/needed item under $10. Find someone else to gift 🤞🎇I’ll choose up to 10 teachers to gift as well.
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Highr_TeacherEd Jul 6
One Minute Questions is an exit ticket strategy your students will love to engage with! Put this plan in action in your classrooms!
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Candice Cardoza Jul 7
It only took 11 years...but I have officially accepted a 0.5 PERM appointment...Woot Woot! So excited to have reached this milestone in my teaching career. Hardwork does pay off...keep giving everything you got for your students, you do make a difference 🙏
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Kelly is Quar-an-teaching 🍏 2h
Mrs. Tschaepe's project for a Vending Machine is so unique! That's why she has a of 40 donors! Can you help her reach that goal today with a or donation? Thank you! ❤️🥳
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Lisa Smathers 24h
Change is often hard & uncomfortable! “...my commitment to growth must override my desire to stay comfortable” (p.41)
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Heulwen 9h
See Twitter 😍😍😍this is what I needed today and via sent it on over. Embracing my inner maverick has taken a lot of work, but boy oh boy, so much calmer and happier. It is still a process
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Rigggssss Jul 6
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Aaron Smith 1h
Teacher/life hack 101..... nicely done my friend, nicely done.
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Jennifer Garcia Jul 5
Summer prep work for a neat, organized classroom.
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Mary Dunn Jul 6
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Mark Barnes Jul 8
If you know Hacky’s word of the week, shared in Sunday night’s chat, you can win a book. Learn about Times 10’s new weekly book giveaway at
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Kristin Peebles Jul 6
Since March, thinking about those kids who would be sitting on the Buddy Bench waiting for a friend. Let’s think how we can build friendships if we’re still teaching remotely!
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Katie Arnold Jul 8
Grow in your discomfort! Innovate! I love it!
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@AnganaGhate Jul 6
I’m registered, book in hand, and ready to grow my practice - are you?
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Wendy Atkinson Jul 2
Excited for tomorrow...my day with key worker's students will be spent with them investigating murder mysteries based on mathematical problem solving :-)... differentiated difficulty and topics for different groups :-) 🧐👩‍🏫📚😁
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Raymond Singletary Jul 7
Most people struggle with Math because of the memorization of symbols. But there is another way to learn. Try this...... and see what students will do.
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Stephen Obasun 9h
Join Quizizz—a free tool to help you grade less, find teacher-made quizzes, and motivate students to learn. via
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