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Day 2

Today was productive, yesterday not so much.  I cleaned up my pinterest account and associated it with my blog.  I had a lot of clutter and things that I would never go back and look at.   102 more words

#100daychallenge

Emotional Intelligence Is the Missing Piece

“Social and emotional learning can help students successfully resolve conflict, communicate clearly, solve problems, and much more.” There is a steady drum beat among educators who recognize the importance of emotional intelligence as an essential part of teaching and learning. 50 more words

ClassDojo Back to School Update (Surprise to the nth Power) 

Who wouldn’t fall in love with ClassDojo? If you happen to be hibernating for a while…then you must be wondering who or what the hell is ClassDojo!! 470 more words

ClassDojo

Bubbling Under: Helping ideas to surface in speaking classes Q&A

Edmund Dudley is a teacher trainer, materials writer and teacher of English with more than 20 years of classroom experience. Based in Budapest, he has extensive experience of teaching EFL at both primary and secondary levels. 735 more words

Adults / Young Adults

Why am I emailing parents all the time?

I don’t think parents want to know nearly as much as we seem to think they want to know.  Parents claim they want to know everything happening in their child’s school day, and we try to make that happen.   453 more words

Culture

Journeys: Vacations and School Years

by Tricia Ebner, M.S. Ed.

Summer often includes vacations for many of us, and in the past few weeks, I’ve been gearing up for our own family vacation. 555 more words

The Question Focus Technique

Last summer I decided to prepare for teaching my students how to ask questions themselves instead of asking all of the questions myself. I got this idea back in January at the… 798 more words

Teaching