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Posted by | July 12, 2019
VULNERABILITY AND CURRICULUM

“Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome,” Brene Brown. Vulnerability is our greatest...

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Posted by | July 12, 2019
POSITIVITY AND CURRICULUM

As Spring approaches, it is time regain the positivity we had at the beginning of the year within our classrooms and curriculum. Positive classrooms work together more effectively. They stay...

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Posted by | July 12, 2019
THE PROCESS AND RELENTLESS TRUST IN YOUR CURRICULUM

Have you ever had the fear that you are going to put your curriculum in front of your administrator and after all of your hard work it’s a complete failure?...

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Posted by | July 12, 2019
CURRICULUM AND SETTING INTENTION

Intention is an aim or plan in moving forward. Setting an intention as a teacher is a great tool to help improve your learning and have a deeper connection with your...

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Posted by | July 12, 2019
SELFISH, SELFLESS AND CREATING CURRICULUM

Does the act of being selfish, allow us to be selfless? I suppose it depends on how we define the word selfish: “devoted to or caring only for oneself, taking time to...

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