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3 sneaky ways perfectionism is holding you back (even if you think you’re not a perfectionist) Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Teacher, Back To School Hacks, Good Morning Inspirational Quotes, Teacher Inspiration, Teacher Quotes, New Teachers, New Things To Learn

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)

11 practical strategies to help you prioritize and focus on what matters most. Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Online Language Courses, Back To School Hacks, School Ideas, Teacher Inspiration, Learn A New Language, Teacher Quotes, New Teachers

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

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

4 things your school psychologist wishes you knew about sped referrals… “School psychologists aren’t the gatekeepers to special education. We want to do so much more than just test. Think of us as your consultants and thought partners. Special Education Activities, Special Education Classroom, Teacher Resources, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Behavior Management Strategies, Teacher Inspiration, School Community, Student Motivation

4 things your school psychologist wishes you knew about sped referrals...

Facebook4.2kTweet0Pin193 My guest today is the school psychologist version of me. Dr. Rebecca Branstetter and I met about 12 years ago when we were both new to education blogging, and it’s been amazing how our life paths have paralleled in so many ways. She’s the author of the School Psychologist’s Survival Guide and several books on …

In this article and podcast episode of Truth for Teachers, I’ll share a couple of examples of how this has worked in my own life and work, and how it might be useful for you, too.I’ll also outline four specific steps you can take to choose a better-feeling thought about something that’s bothering you right now, whether it’s personally or professionally. Teacher Encouragement Quotes, Teacher Quotes, Teacher Inspiration, Speak Life, New Teachers, Education Quotes, Classroom Management, Thought Provoking, Feel Better

Good things ARE happening: How to find thoughts that feel better

In this article and podcast episode of Truth for Teachers, I’ll share a couple of examples of how this has worked in my own life and work, and how it might be useful for you, too.I’ll also outline four specific steps you can take to choose a better-feeling thought about something that’s bothering you right now, whether it’s personally or professionally.

Real talk on communicating with difficult colleagues at school Teacher Encouragement Quotes, Teacher Quotes, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Daily Hacks, Be Kind To Everyone, Unhappy Marriage, Teacher Inspiration, Passive Aggressive

Real talk on communicating with difficult colleagues at school

Facebook35Tweet0Pin109 This episode of the Truth for Teachers podcast is more informal and off-the-cuff than normal. If you’re new to the podcast, I typically try to keep things structured and focused on practical info. This episode will be different. Sometimes, I like to just speak directly from the heart, without rehearsing or planning what I …

This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast: I’m talking to Dave Stuart Jr. about humanizing the learning space whether you’re teaching in-person or online. We’ll be unpacking the classroom practices that can help students feel known, valued, respected, and safe. Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Positive Character Traits, Student Motivation, Teacher Quotes, New Teachers

How to humanize your classroom so kids are known, valued, respected, & safe

Facebook101Tweet0Pin49 This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast: I’m talking to Dave Stuart Jr. about humanizing the learning space whether you’re teaching in-person or online. We’ll be unpacking the classroom practices that can help students feel known, valued, respected, and safe. My guest today is Dave Stuart Jr. His articles have consistently been one …

How to humanize your classroom so kids are known, valued, respected, & safe Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Positive Character Traits, Student Motivation, Teacher Quotes, New Teachers

How YOUR response to student behavior can change the trajectory of a child’s life & disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline

Facebook101Tweet0Pin49 This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast: I’m talking to Dave Stuart Jr. about humanizing the learning space whether you’re teaching in-person or online. We’ll be unpacking the classroom practices that can help students feel known, valued, respected, and safe. My guest today is Dave Stuart Jr. His articles have consistently been one …

We’re talking to Doug Fisher about the best practices in distance learning from their book with John Hattie — The Distance Learning Playbook: K-12 Teaching For Engagement and Impact in Any Setting. Our conversation covered plenty of practical tips for remote learning, specifically in the areas of student engagement and motivation, teacher clarity, online instruction, building relationships, asynchronous/synchronous learning, and more. Classroom Routines, Classroom Management Strategies, Classroom Procedures, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Brain Based Learning, Class Decoration, Teacher Quotes, New Teachers

The best ideas from the Distance Learning Playbook by Fisher & Frey

This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast: We’re talking to Doug Fisher about the best practices in distance learning from their book with John Hattie — The Distance Learning Playbook: K-12 Teaching For Engagement and Impact in Any Setting. Our conversation covered plenty of practical tips for remote learning, specifically in the areas of …

The breaking point that led to my sabbatical (and what’s next) Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Management, Teacher Encouragement Quotes, Teacher Quotes, Back To School Hacks, Sabbatical, Teacher Inspiration, My Goals

The breaking point that led to my sabbatical (and what’s next)

Facebook250Tweet0Pin29 This post/podcast episode is just a little peek into what’s been going on with me over the last few months, and some reflections on what’s to come. Subscribe in your podcast app, or download the MP3 here and listen on the go! Learn more about my books, printables, and online courses here In case …

Sometimes our decisions about how to spend our time in the classroom are not made by the wisest parts of ourselves. Our egos or the need for control are sometimes making the decisions for us, and creating both power struggles and unnecessary work. Classroom Routines, Classroom Management Strategies, Classroom Procedures, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, School Classroom, Good Leadership Skills, Expectation Quotes

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

When you're doubting your abilities as a teacher. Teacher Encouragement Quotes, Teacher Quotes, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Old School Quotes, Effective Teaching, School Tool, Teacher Inspiration, Teachers' Day

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

11 practical strategies to help you prioritize and focus on what matters most. Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Online Language Courses, Back To School Hacks, School Ideas, Teacher Inspiration, Learn A New Language, Teacher Quotes, New Teachers

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

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

How YOUR response to student behavior can change the trajectory of a child’s life & disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Class Management, Restorative Justice, Student Behavior, Student Leadership, Behavior Plans, Classroom Behavior, Teacher Humor

How YOUR response to student behavior can change the trajectory of a child’s life & disrupt the scho

Facebook1.4kTweet0Pin1.5k This week on the Truth for Teachers podcast, I talked to educators about the school-to-prison pipeline and how restorative justice in the classroom (which starts with you) can change the trajectory of a child’s life. One of the toughest parts of teaching students who enter our classrooms with a lot of personal and behavioral issues is …

How to motivate and engage reluctant learners Behavior Management Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Paragraph Writing, Persuasive Writing, Writing Rubrics, Opinion Writing, Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures

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 Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Management, Teacher Books, Best Teacher, Teacher Resources, Teacher Encouragement Quotes, Teacher Quotes, My Favourite Teacher

The Weekend Effect: Why your time off is worth fighting for

Facebook31Tweet0Pin85 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 …

Some things a teacher shouldn’t be “neutral” about… Classroom Routines, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Management, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Education Qoutes, Political Ideology, Teacher Inspiration, Ways Of Learning

Some things a teacher shouldn't be "neutral" about...

A story came through my Twitter feed recently 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 [2019] speech that Trump gave, attendees repeated his words and shouted this refrain repeatedly about four members of Congress who …