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Good News for Teachers in 2022-
For the past couple of years, society has been flooded with negative media- especially within education. When we hear negative news, it can take a toll on our mind and body, and even carry into the workplace.
Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.-
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was many things in his lifetime. He was a minister, activist, author, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient; but above all, he was a teacher.
The Grace Resolution-
With 2021 coming to a close, it is natural, if not expected, to have goals and expectations for the upcoming year. So as we prepare to leave the troubles of the past year behind us and put our best foot forward in 2022…
Mental Health Awareness: 4 Tips to Have a Happier Holiday Season-
It’s important to take a moment to connect with yourself and check in on your mental health and wellness.
If this time of the year tends to affect your mental health, here are a few ways you can have a happier holiday.
Thanksgiving Activities to Inspire Gratitude in the Classroom-
Dr. Alex Korb at PsychologyToday.com explores the neuroscience of giving thanks in his article titled “The Grateful Brain”. He explains how practicing gratitude releases dopamine and serotonin, and the effects…”
Give Thanks… to a Teacher-
The essential nature of teachers has never been more apparent. Like doctors and nurses, teachers deserve thanks for being an integral part of the front lines in our battle against COVID-19…
The Power of Focusing on What Matters and Building Daily Habits-
It is easy to get caught up in the rush of our to-do lists that we forget why we are doing those things in the first place. I have been there recently, and I am in the process of resetting my priorities. The biggest lesson I have learned: Take small steps forward…
Tips for Celebrating STEM/STEAM in the Classroom-
The focus on STEM/STEAM is an important development in American education. Outside of being fun or challenging school subjects, these skills are valuable to society and contribute to innovation.
Four Educational and Entertaining Podcasts-
During my time as a podcast listener, I’ve learned about which streaming services I enjoy listening to and how to find shows I enjoy. Curious about exploring the world of podcasts for yourself? Check out this starter kit to learn more about where and how to listen to podcasts.
How to Find Your Strengths and Make a Difference in Your Work-
I gained a sense of direction when I went back to the basics of who I am and really thought about my strengths. My career coach recommended I watch a video from Buckingham called, “The Truth About You” to help me navigate this process.
The Happiest Man on Earth-
His family considered themselves German, first, Jewish second. On 9 November 1938, the night immortalised as Kristallnacht, Eddie returned home from boarding school to an empty house. At dawn Nazi soldiers burst in, Eddie was beaten and taken to Buchenwald…
Keep Calm and Carry On… Because Being Calm is Contagious-
If you were to create a poster today that would inspire individuals to come together, what would it say? (This would be a great class project to see what your students would come up with.)