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Time Saving Workouts for Teachers

We all know fitness is important for our health. However, ideal workouts for teachers can be hard to find, because we don’t have a lot of free time! What I’ve learned over the past few years is that if I create healthy habits that are maintainable to add into my already busy schedule as a working mom, I’m much more likely to do it. That means for me, it’s a lot easier to fit in a 20 minute workout into my day at home before or after the work day than to get ready, drive to the gym, workout for an

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The “GREAT”ful Teacher Giveaway

It’s that time again! What time, you ask? Giveaway time! **PLEASE NOTE: THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED! BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO MY LIST TO BE NOTIFIED ABOUT MY NEXT GIVEAWAY!** 🙂 If you’ve been following my blog for very long, then you know that I LOVE giveaways! I love them for several reasons. 1) They allow me to give back in a BIG way to one of my amazing readers. 2) They are so much FUN! 3) They help me find awesome new teachers who I can help through blog posts and my newsletter. JOIN NEARLY 20,000 EDUCATORS LIKE YOU!

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Teacher Burnout: The Big Mistake Teachers Make

To avoid teacher burnout, all teachers need THIS Pep Talk! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. See disclosure policy. I think most teachers feel like they are a “hot mess”. I know I did. Teachers have a ton of responsibilities that pull them in a million different directions. Planning lessons, differentiation, grading papers, collaboration, classroom management, behavior management, IEPs, parent teacher conferences… … Just to name a FEW. So of course you’re feeling overwhelmed. And you may be tired and exhausted… like, ALL the time. You may feel like you CAN NOT do it all. But you know what? That is

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Help Students Learn the Six Traits of Writing

Promoting Student Self-Assessment using the Six Traits of Writing

As teachers, we want to help our students learn to become excellent writers! One way we can do this is by teaching students how to revise their own writing. My favorite way to do this is using the Six Traits of Writing. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. See disclosure policy. You’ve likely already familiar with the six traits of writing: Ideas, Organization, Word Choice, Voice, Conventions and Sentence Fluency. These six traits can also be a great assessment tool to help your students reflect on and improve their own writing. That means less revising and red marks on writing for

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