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Where is the Peanut Butter?

The art and skill of peanut butter location is lost when Big Box Stores have un-engaged employees welcome and assist customers with false enthusiasm. These greetings are intended to make you feel welcome and to give the illusion that the store employees care how and who you are. 594 more words

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Dear 2011 Administrator Version of Me

It is 2018 and I am writing you a letter before I forget, when you are blessed with the opportunity to lead your school in August 2011, I want you to be equipped with these thoughts and beliefs. 757 more words

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How Education Is Changing

What a great book I’m reading in my grad class (Researching and Evaluating Technologies). I feel an imperative to blog to document this experience because it is life-altering. 192 more words

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An Open Door

Have you ever thought about what makes your class or school special? Ever wondered what makes the difference that makes the difference? These have been questions that I continue to look for and reflect on all of the time. 396 more words

SPECIAL EDITION! Teacher Interview: Kids’ Books in the Classroom (Part 2 of 2)

Welcome to part 2 of my interview with 2nd grade teacher Miss Jeanette Crump. (Part 1 is here!) Another useful post today for both parents and teachers (public, private, homeschool or otherwise!). 574 more words

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Five Ways to Spot a Great Educator

First off, what defines an educator?

An educator doesn’t necessarily mean a school teacher, although it can. In fact, many of the people who educate us have nothing to do with what goes on in a classroom. 356 more words

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SPECIAL EDITION! Teacher Interview: Kids’ Books in the Classroom (Part 1 of 2)

Now, something a little different. An amazing post today for those of you who are parents and teachers (public, private, homeschool or otherwise!). Miss Jeanette Crump is a 2nd grade teacher in Wisconsin who’s agreed to talk with me about children’s books in the classroom. 914 more words

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