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4 Steps to Find Your Lost Time

As teachers, there is a lot of competition for our time.  At a very basic level, we have lessons to plan, content to teach, students to connect with, papers to grade, relationships to nurture, scrapes to bandage, hearts to mend.  Beyond school, we have all of our other personal responsibilities.  These vary among us but one thing is for sure...

Not Enough Time? Here’s One More Thing To Do….

We are stressed.  We are overworked.  We can’t possibly squeeze any more into our day.  We are at maximum capacity.  I know all of this, but I care about you so much that I’m going to ask you to do just one more thing…   Not just one more random thing.  I’m going to ask you to do something that may make a difference to your day.  Your sanity.  Your stress.   Yes, I’m going to suggest that the way to make more time is to add one more...

Thrive, Not Just Survive as an Introverted Educator

We all know about learning styles and differentiating instruction for our students, but what about differentiating and highlighting the many different ways we as teachers thrive in the classroom?  This question of differentiating for teachers came as a result of learning how many of us are introverts trying to disguise ourselves as extroverts to make it through our school day...

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