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“Draw the Line” by Kathryn Otoshi

We’ve all been there…

That feeling of being overwhelmed, overworked, and yes, even underappreciated. A few years back, I was feeling stretched too thin, saying  ‘yes’ to too many things and not giving myself enough downtime for my art and creativity. 490 more words

Author Posts

Review: One


Author + Illustrator: Kathryn Otoshi

Published in 2008 by Publishers Group West

One is a spectacular read to show children that it only takes one voice to stand up, reach out, and do the right thing. 105 more words

Book Review

One book.  One nation.  One world.

As we are all aware, the United States of America is having some challenges right now.  What kind of nation do you want to live in?

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Early Learning

Friday Reflection: What Can We Do to Support Each Other So That We All Reach Our REAL Potential?

Why Take Time to Reflect?

Reflecting on learning and making plans for success accelerates growth. In our classroom, students reflect on their learning often. We do this at preset points in the process, and we do it naturally when one of us realizes it’s time to take a minute to look at what we’ve been struggling with or accomplished. 680 more words

Teaching And Learning