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Confessions of the Pain, Joy, and Love of Teaching @coolcatteacher – Education Article

| Share | Tweet | Share | Pin It | email Today’s show is different. I share some stories of insults, struggles, mistakes, and joys of teaching. The hope is that you’ll be encouraged, not feel alone, and remember why we do this profession. These are my stories digging back many years in some cases of the things that have changed my view and made me a better teacher – even when they were hard. Teaching, your job is so important.…

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Revealing the Heart to Breakthrough to the Unreachable Student @coolcatteacher – Education Article

Basil Marin Ed.S., is an Assistant Principal with Portsmouth Public Schools in Portsmouth, Virginia. He specializes in educational leadership, team coaching, staff development andspecial education development. His primary areas of concentration include teacher development, growth mindset development, interviews, building positive relationships with students, and creating the platform for continuous professional development. Mr. Marin is an experienced educator having worked in education as a teacher and administrator with students in the elementary, middle, and high school settings. He has extensive experience…

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5 Authentic Ways to Encourage People Right Now – Education Article

| Share | Tweet | Share | Pin It | email Genuine appreciation that is timely and meaningful can go a long way in the classroom, between colleagues, and administrators and their teachers. So why don’t we show more appreciation? It doesn’t have to be hard as Dr. Brad Johnson explains in this simple but inspiring show about taking the time to build relationships. We can do this. Even more importantly, we must. Listen to Hear Ideas You Need to Know…

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Fundamentals of More Positive Relationships Between Administrators & Teachers @coolcatteacher – Education Article

| Share | Tweet | Share | Pin It | email While teachers might need to put students first, Dr. Brad Johnson makes the point in his book Putting Teachers First: How to Inspire, Motivate, and Connect with Your Staff that administrators need to focus on teachers in order to help students. He also shares techniques for building positive relationships between administrators and teachers including a different take on classroom visits to make them more positive. Listen to the Show Never…

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8 Tips For Becoming A Teacher Role Model – Education Article

Reading Time: 5 minutes How can we be the best role models for our students? To be or not to be a role model? That is the question. Are teachers unwittingly positioned as role models because of the job title being linked with responsibility for learning? Does the label weigh us down? There are many superlatives accompanying the term ‘role model’. Inspirational, immaculate, influential… the list is endless. The label can make us constantly ask ourselves how we can measure…

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A Mission and Manifesto – A.J. JULIANI – Education Article

When I started on this writing journey seven years ago, there were a couple of things I knew for sure. I wanted to share experiences through writing. Something different was happening in my classroom. There was so much about learning that I had yet to learn. I started blogging because I had been reading blogs. I was sharing articles and posts online. I was following educators, professors, coaches, historians, scientists, and journalists who had all taken time to share…

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Showcasing Class Blogs! – The Edublogger – Education Article

Do you enjoy seeing what’s happening in other classrooms to get new perspectives and ideas? Or maybe you’re looking for other classes around the globe that your students can connect with? We’ve just updated our list of class blogs! We have maintained our class blog list on The Edublogger since 2008 and it is always one of our most popular resources. Whether you’re just looking for ideas on how other educators use blogs, seeking lesson inspiration, or wanting to make…

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50 New Blog Post Ideas For Students – The Edublogger – Education Article

Home > 50 New Blog Post Ideas For Students Do your students have blogs? Or perhaps they contribute to a class blog? Enthusiasm is typically high when blogs are first set up but students may need some assistance to keep the momentum going. Sometimes the hardest part is knowing what to write about. Or, sometimes students need guidance to explore new ideas and genres. We’re here to help! Throughout the year, we’ve been including blogging prompts for teachers and students…

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50 New Blog Post Ideas For Educators – The Edublogger – Education Article

Home > 50 New Blog Post Ideas For Educators Do you have a professional educator blog? Many teachers start blogs with good intentions but keeping them active long term can be a struggle. Sometimes the hardest part of maintaining momentum with your blog is knowing what to write about. We’re here to help! Throughout the year, we’ve been including blogging prompts for teachers and students in our email newsletter. Not signed up to our email newsletter? You can add your details…

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