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Chapter Book Read Aloud: Gregory and the Grimbockle

If you want to truly build relationships with your students and make a deep connection with them, then reading aloud a chapter book will unquestionably create an incredible bond. Oh, how I remember the readings of Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, Esperanza Rising by Pam Muñoz Ryan, and James and the Giant Peach, by Roald Dahl… Continue reading Chapter Book Read Aloud: Gregory and the Grimbockle

7 Tips for Remote Learning and Virtual Teaching

Remote learning and virtual teaching can be phrases that send shivers down the spines of educators. When I hear those words, I immediately think back to spring 2020. I was TRYING to teach virtually to approximately sixty middle and high schoolers. Not to mention, I had a newborn daughter, a first-grade son, a lot of… Continue reading 7 Tips for Remote Learning and Virtual Teaching

Five Ways to Ease into the New Year

As students and teachers are easing back into school after a crazy December and a week or two off from work, it may be challenging for teachers and students to get back into the swing of things. To help us do just that, we have five ways to ease into the new year which will in turn help out your students.

5 Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

As many educators around the country are about to embark on winter break, or perhaps you already have, it has gotten us to think about our passion for teaching, and how sometimes it waxes and wanes. Lately, it seems with everyone there are more wanes than waxes. With this, we have put together 5 ways… Continue reading 5 Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

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