Teaching Articles

Reading teaching articles is a fast and easy way to stay on top of your game. Sometimes when I'm struggling, I do a search for a paragraph or two about what is worrying me. Many times there are great tips and tricks in them.

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These are some I have written:

Relax: What to do when school is making you lose your mind

Teacher, I'm Done: You know that student... Here's some ideas on what to do

Keep It Super Simple: Work smart, don't work long

Singing in Kindergarten: You have got to sing, baby!

Guided Reading in Kindergarten: Get a book, get some kids, go read!

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