Being a teacher is hard. Being a mom is hard. Combining the two makes it seems downright impossible some days. So, this past week when it was Teacher Appreciation Week and Mother’s Day, it was a week full of wonderful celebrations. How cool was that? Chocolates, muffins, sweet cards, and happy vibes were treasured. The… Continue reading Creating a Positive Environment at School and Home
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
Historically, building relationships has been a hot topic within education. We now understand that students learn best when relationships between teachers and students have been developed together. We have also learned that not only do students thrive in an environment where relationships have been established but that teachers also thrive when relationships have been established among co-workers. Today, let’s discuss 5 tips for building relationships with our co-workers we can easily use daily.