Category: Planning & Organizing

Flexible Seating is not about yoga balls.

Flexible seating is everywhere. And it seems like everyone has a really strong opinion. You either love it, you’re thinking about it, or you’re vehemently opposed. If you’re on the fence, this post is for you! I’m tackling some myths and sharing some truths about flexible seating. Myth #1: Flexible

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How to Organize your Supplies with a Teacher Toolbox

Teachers have about a million little supplies that we use daily. I don’t know about you, but I always seemed to end up with at least one cluttered, unorganized desk drawer full of supplies. Pens. Stickers. Paper clips. White out. Extra staples. Post it notes. Tape. Binder clips… The list

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I wouldn’t go back to school without…

It’s almost hard to believe, but summer is coming to a close, and it’s time to start thinking about back to school. Every year, I make subtle (or sometimes huge) changes, but there are a few things I can’t imagine heading back to school without. Some of them are loved

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Power Up Your Teaching by Creating a Curriculum Map

I have a teacher confession to make: I’ve never made my own curriculum map before this year. (Gasp! I know!) I’ve always either worked at a school that provided one for us or on a team that didn’t think it was necessary. My experience making a curriculum map this year

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