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Philosophy of Teaching and Learning

Teaching is the creation of a community of learners who celebrate their diversity and actively engage in the world around them through integrative, culturally relevant, and developmentally-appropriate lessons. 758 more words

Classroom Management

How my reasons to home school evolved

It all started on a whim….you know, I read about homeschooling and I liked the idea of having the children (than only 1) at home with me and teaching them myself.   741 more words

My Life

Gentle parenting / positive discipline

​Examples of Positive Discipline
These are just a handful of examples of what we do with our daughter.

It cannot possibly cover all situations and will not work for all children. 1,505 more words

8 Reasons Positive Discipline Is Still Discipline

Positive discipline is essentially when you focus on your child’s behaviors and choices as good or bad and reward the good behaviors. There is no such thing as a “bad” kid when it comes to positive discipline, and a lot of schools and parents are taking on this way of rearing, raising, and helping kids grow. 300 more words


Building Relationships Through Class Meetings

One of the most influential books that has helped me stay positive and proactive in my teaching is Positive Discipline in the Classroom. This photo of my copy doesn’t even do justice to the notes, stickies and warn pages. 352 more words

Teaching And Learning

How Some 5th Graders View Mistakes

One of our class meeting topics in the classroom this week was about making mistakes. I asked the 5th graders what sorts of messages they typically get about mistakes. 326 more words


Back To School Doesn't Have To Be Back To Stress

Back to school can be back to stressful days for many of us. As we adjust to juggling the new schedules, inevitably some challenges present themselves. 345 more words