• Equity #AllMeansAll Part III
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    Equity #AllMeansAll Part III

    The classroom is a teacher's haven. With that in mind, the teacher controls the environment within those four walls for healthy or unhealthy interactions between students. In this article, we'll explore common pitfalls and easy methods to set your classroom up for successful social interactions in diverse settings.

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  • Equity #AllMeansAll Part II
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    Equity #AllMeansAll Part II

    Building a resilient classroom to get students to feel safe and secure requires thoughtful and intentional action by educators. Our students come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. Even children from the same home may experience life events differently.

    As educators, we become therapists for all the troubles our students bring into the room. We love and care for our students; here are a few ideas to help build a space for physical, emotional, and mental well-being. We'll look at each domain and action items to support your great work.

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  • Equity #AllMeansAll Part I
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    Equity #AllMeansAll Part I

    As you begin your summer journey to recharge and revitalize, we've got 3 easy steps for you to contemplate to begin building an equity resilient classroom for next year.

    This is a 5 part series. Part I covers the basics. Read through it & let your subconscious mull it over the next couple months. When August rolls around, you'll find it easier to put it into practice to set all students on the path to success!

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  • Interactive Lessons in 2 Easy Steps
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    Interactive Lessons in 2 Easy Steps

    Teaching can feel very lonely at times even in a room full of students. We've all seen the listless, disinterested students while the teacher monologues either in movies, television, or real life.

    We've got 2 simple ways to liven up any classroom and any lesson with ease!

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  • Big Book
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    Big Book

    Writing a Big Book- Made Easy!

    Unit Planning can seem overwhelming, however; writing a Big Book doesn’t have to be! The Big Book identifies the Enduring Understanding for your unit. For this, all we need to get started is your standards.

    Here is a step-by-step process of how to write your own Big Book, using your standards:

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  • 4 Quick Tips for Using Hand Gestures (ASL, TPR)
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    4 Quick Tips for Using Hand Gestures (ASL, TPR)

    Using hand gestures, TPR (Total Physical Response), nonlinguistic visual representations, kinesthetic instruction, or ASL (American Sign Language) is a wonderful way to make your teaching comprehensible to all students. Here are some quick tips on how to start integrating them into your instruction without feeling overwhelmed.

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