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Educator Empowerment: How to teach when you just don't feel like it.

Not to sound too cocky, as I am a mere apprentice teacher, but I am well versed in the topic at hand. Not feeling like teaching is a feeling I face regularly. 459 more words


Love Links

  • Gabrielle (Design Mom) stuck all four of her girls into this room. I can’t decide if she’s crazy or a genius. It’s a cute and creative setup either way.
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Love Links

#SlowchatED: Empowering Student Voice in the Classroom & Beyond

Rusul Alrubail‘s guest blog post for #slowchatED Week of February 2.

Student voice and autonomy is so important to foster in a learning environment. When students are empowered in the learning process their motivation and engagement with learning automatically increases. 162 more words

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My Guest blog post for #SlowChatEd week of February 2. Topic is: Empowering Student Voice in the Classroom and Beyond.

January 2015 Recap

It’s that time again: Time for the first monthly update of 2015. This year has started off with lots of ups and downs (mostly ups), and it has given me hope that 2015 will be as lucky as my… 638 more words


How to Teach Violin to a Toddler

Toddlers are interesting little human beings. They are SUPER creative, curious, and bright. Toddlers mean well, but still seem to leave a road of destruction in the wake of walking through a room. 229 more words


Kids Need to DO Things, Part 2 - Teacher's Corner

Teacher’s Corner

The following are writing prompts and discussion topics based on the blog, “Kids Need to DO Things, Part 2”

After the prompts we have included suggestions regarding ways to use this blog in your classroom as well as a discussion about why this blog can be a useful tool in your classroom.   518 more words

Developmental Stages

Back In Class

This last week, I was filling in for the Kindergarten teacher at the school where I used to teach. Before I started the blog, I was a preschool teacher in the mornings. 806 more words

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