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Yayy! Its Quality Circle Time

Another day of schooling, and for me it’s always fun. What I was taught today was Quality Circle Time or QCT popularly known in the teachers world. 468 more words

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Glenda's Corner: Ethical Decision

As a mother, citizen and leader in my family and community my ethical positions and boundaries have been formed by my childhood upbringing.

Glenda Lee…

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Educators: Breathe and Reflect

Hi all!

I recently encouraged a friend, a passionate educator and friend, to stop, breathe, and enjoy some much needed rest.

I then remembered that I had said the same thing to myself a few weeks prior. 65 more words

#selfcare

The Melody of Instruction

I was in utter amazement. I had never walked into such an interesting classroom. What I saw that day began to shape and change how I viewed teaching. 526 more words

Stephanie Brown: Gaining a new perspective

Stephanie (Eromenok) Brown definitely considers herself a Cliftonite. Whether it is her 16 years as an educator in the city or watching her son, Jaden, 9, attend School 3 like she did, her roots run deep. 100 more words

Clifton Merchant Magazine

George Francoeur

April 18, 1934 – August 17, 2019

George Russell Francoeur of Bloomfield Township graduated from Highland Park High School, studied design at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and earned his MFA from the University of Michigan.  36 more words

Harnessing a Cyclone: Why Now?

This post was written by elementary educator Kelly Gresalfi.

This is a four-part series, with installments released weekly. We encourage you to follow Kelly’s journey this month and challenge you to engage in the questions at the end of each segment using the hashtag… 566 more words

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