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With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

As a middle school teacher, it is astounding to me how many children have access to multiple social media apps right at their finger tips… at almost ALL times. 189 more words

Classroom Design

Did you know? A school's design can improve academic success

Did you know? A school’s design can improve academic success.

As a profession, we have been working closely with neuroscientists, educators, parents and even school children to make more informed design choices for 21st century learning environments.   294 more words

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Fall Vibes

It feels like I blinked and October was over! A whole month sped by in a flash and I didn’t even get the chance to sit down and blog about all the exciting things that have been going on in my classroom, pedagogy, professional development, and life as a teacher. 94 more words

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Director's Corner (NEMLA Blog Post #14)

Greetings from Chicago!

The leaves are starting to change color on campus and there is a chill in the air.  Fall is slowly coming here to the windy city.   1,567 more words

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Choice Seating in the News

A colleague of mine placed a newspaper article on my desk the other day from last weekend’s Press & Argus about a study relating the use of standing desks to  combat childhood obesity. 182 more words

Mrs. Dennis Discusses

Flexible Seating in the Art Room

Lately, I have been reflecting on my early years of teaching. I found a trunk full of past examples and have been reflecting on the changes in education from my very beginnings as a teacher. 1,269 more words

My First Classroom

Hi there! It’s been a while since I posted; my first year of teaching has been crazy and has left me with little time to blog (let alone sleep). 236 more words

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