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Thought-provoking quotes and ideas about teaching and education. #teacherquotes #educationquotes #thoughtprovoking

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How to motivate and engage reluctant learners | Don’t muddle through the rest of the year trying to use band aid solutions with disengaged kids: it’s not too late for a breakthrough, and these simple, powerful principles can make a huge difference quickly.

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners | Don’t muddle through the rest of the year trying to use band aid solutions with disengaged kids: it’s not too late for a breakthrough, and these simple, powerful principles can make a huge difference quickly.

The Weekend Effect: Why your time off is worth fighting for  The history of the weekend is a fascinating one, and  Katrina Onstad is sharing that and more on #truthforteachers. Listen or read as we discuss how to fight the culture of overwork and experience the benefits of "the weekend effect."  #theweekendeffect #katrinaonstad

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Katrina Onstad is a writer whose first nonfiction book is called, The Weekend Effect: The Life-Changing Benefits of Taking Time Off and Challenging the Cult of Overwork. I read The Weekend Effect this fall, and knew immediately I needed to have Katrina on the show to share her research with teachers. She has a fascinating insight …

Your worldview shapes your classroom management and curriculum choices, whether consciously or not. To be true advocates for our students and have strong, authentic relationships with them, we have to fully embrace and support their identities, and be willing to take a stand when they are discriminated against, bullied, or marginalized.    #tipsforteachers #education #educationqoutes #truthforteachers #neutralpolictics

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A story came through my Twitter feed a few weeks ago about a deli owner who was giving a free side dish to any customer who said, “Send them back!” If you missed the reference, at a July speech that Trump gave, attendees repeated his words and shouted this refrain repeatedly about four members of …

There are facts, and there’s the story you’re telling yourself about the facts. What story are you telling yourself this school year? #truthforteachers #education #teacherinspiration

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There are facts, and there’s the story you’re telling yourself about the facts. What story are you telling yourself this school year? Here’s the thing: there are multiple truths that can be happening simultaneously. You can choose to focus on the ones that make you feel better or the ones that make you feel worse. …

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners | Don’t muddle through the rest of the year trying to use band aid solutions with disengaged kids: it’s not too late for a breakthrough, and these simple, powerful principles can make a huge difference quickly.

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners | Don’t muddle through the rest of the year trying to use band aid solutions with disengaged kids: it’s not too late for a breakthrough, and these simple, powerful principles can make a huge difference quickly.

There is still hope for you in this profession: a message of motivation for disheartened teachers

There is still hope for you in this profession: a message for disheartened teachers

There is still hope for you in this profession: a message of motivation for disheartened teachers

If you feel like you're tied to the computer 24/7 and working more now than ever before, these ideas can help you integrate work with the rest of your priorities, so you can give the appropriate amount of time/energy to both.

Yes, work/life balance IS possible during emergency distance teaching

If you feel like you're tied to the computer 24/7 and working more now than ever before, these ideas can help you integrate work with the rest of your priorities, so you can give the appropriate amount of time/energy to both.

How can you design learning experiences that help kids understand themselves and their place in the world? 5th grade teacher Jess Lifshitz shares how she creates inquiry experiences that help kids develop understandings about personal identity, bias, moving beyond a single story, and seeing what isn’t there (critically studying history). #criticalconsciousness #teachingcriticalconsciousness #tipsforteachers #teaching #equityineducation

Using inquiry to help kids develop critical consciousness

How can you design learning experiences that help kids understand themselves and their place in the world? 5th grade teacher Jess Lifshitz shares how she creates inquiry experiences that help kids develop understandings about personal identity, bias, moving beyond a single story, and seeing what isn’t there (critically studying history). #criticalconsciousness #teachingcriticalconsciousness #tipsforteachers #teaching #equityineducation

3 sneaky ways perfectionism is holding you back (even if you think you’re not a perfectionist)

Even if you think you're NOT a perfectionist...

3 sneaky ways perfectionism is holding you back (even if you think you’re not a perfectionist)

In this post, I share my encouragement to you: to build your confidence as a teacher by building your capability. Don’t try to manufacture confidence: build it by taking action.  Do the same things over and over until you get good at them or at least better at them, and then move on and try something else. Work toward mastery and depth, knowing that mastery always requires repetition.  #teachermotivation #teacherinspiration #teacherlife #teacherconfidence #teachers

When you're doubting your abilities as a teacher...

In this post, I share my encouragement to you: to build your confidence as a teacher by building your capability. Don’t try to manufacture confidence: build it by taking action. Do the same things over and over until you get good at them or at least better at them, and then move on and try something else. Work toward mastery and depth, knowing that mastery always requires repetition. #teachermotivation #teacherinspiration #teacherlife #teacherconfidence #teachers

Do you have co-workers who are passive-aggressive, controlling, or even outright bullying others when you’re supposed to be collaborating?  This is an off-the-cuff episode where I’m speaking to you directly from the heart, giving the same advice I’d give to a friend.   #tipsforteachers #teacherlife ##teacherquotes

Real talk on communicating with difficult colleagues at school

Do you have co-workers who are passive-aggressive, controlling, or even outright bullying others when you’re supposed to be collaborating? This is an off-the-cuff episode where I’m speaking to you directly from the heart, giving the same advice I’d give to a friend. #tipsforteachers #teacherlife ##teacherquotes

Teach like yourself: Why YOU are the person your students need most   What if being your best in the classroom didn’t mean changing yourself or “fixing” things that are wrong with you?  Check out my conversation with educational consultant and author Dr. Gravity Goldberg as she shares what it means to “teach like yourself.” We’ll explore how to go from predicting failure to building on success, and tap into your personal power in the classroom.  #teachermotivation #teacherinspiration

Teach like yourself: Why YOU are the person your students need most

Teach like yourself: Why YOU are the person your students need most What if being your best in the classroom didn’t mean changing yourself or “fixing” things that are wrong with you? Check out my conversation with educational consultant and author Dr. Gravity Goldberg as she shares what it means to “teach like yourself.” We’ll explore how to go from predicting failure to building on success, and tap into your personal power in the classroom. #teachermotivation #teacherinspiration

11 practical tips for work/life balance when teaching from home

Yes, work/life balance IS possible during emergency distance teaching

11 practical tips for work/life balance when teaching from home

Sometimes a relatively minor issue--like students not remembering to put their names on their papers--can create an outsized reaction in us.  Turns out, this expectation is neither factual nor realistic. It was my own secret rule--an expectation that only existed in my mind, but wasn’t true for everyone else around me.  When you are aware that everyone has their own set of secret rules, it becomes far less frustrating when people don’t follow yours. #truthforteachers

What are your secret rules for how everyone else should behave?

Sometimes a relatively minor issue--like students not remembering to put their names on their papers--can create an outsized reaction in us. Turns out, this expectation is neither factual nor realistic. It was my own secret rule--an expectation that only existed in my mind, but wasn’t true for everyone else around me. When you are aware that everyone has their own set of secret rules, it becomes far less frustrating when people don’t follow yours. #truthforteachers

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners | Don’t muddle through the rest of the year trying to use band aid solutions with disengaged kids: it’s not too late for a breakthrough, and these simple, powerful principles can make a huge difference quickly.

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners | Don’t muddle through the rest of the year trying to use band aid solutions with disengaged kids: it’s not too late for a breakthrough, and these simple, powerful principles can make a huge difference quickly.

In this post, I share my encouragement to you: to build your confidence as a teacher by building your capability. Don’t try to manufacture confidence: build it by taking action.  Do the same things over and over until you get good at them or at least better at them, and then move on and try something else. Work toward mastery and depth, knowing that mastery always requires repetition.  #teachermotivation #teacherinspiration #teacherlife #teacherconfidence #teachers

When you're doubting your abilities as a teacher...

In this post, I share my encouragement to you: to build your confidence as a teacher by building your capability. Don’t try to manufacture confidence: build it by taking action. Do the same things over and over until you get good at them or at least better at them, and then move on and try something else. Work toward mastery and depth, knowing that mastery always requires repetition. #teachermotivation #teacherinspiration #teacherlife #teacherconfidence #teachers