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Unique Bulletin Board Letters {for your classroom}

Being the daughter of a teacher meant always having to stay after school to help your mom with #alltheschoolthings. Stapling papers, sorting class work, sharpening the pencils. 

The teacher daughter job I remember the most vividly was tracing my mom's master letters (which were letters in funky designs cut on tag board), on a variety of construction paper, laminating, and CUTTING. Man! How I despised the cutting. Welp, here I am. A grown adult. A teacher myself. Cutting out letters with funky designs. 
And I'm loving every minute of it. 

10 Tips for the First Year Teacher

I'll have a student teacher this fall, and I got to thinking about my student teaching experience and my first year in my own classroom. If I could do my first year over again, there are a lot of things I would do differently. There are a lot of helpful hints for first year teachers out there, but I thought I would compile a list of my ideas to help you on your first year teaching. 

Three Ways to Implement Growth Mindset {in the classroom}

Growth Mindset. The understanding that intelligence can be developed. It’s not worrying about how smart you are or how good you are at something, but instead it’s about how you can become smarter and better. Constantly a work in progress, growing with intelligence.

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