In learning project they will never forget, 3rd and 4th grade students along with community members learned about the historic Suffragette movement in Tennessee.
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Get more sleep. Make it a priority to get the appropriate amount of sleep for you each night. This is usually between 7 and 9 hours. A sleepy, un-rested educator is often a grumpy, under par achieving educator and more prone to be sick and make mistakes. Faith and family should come before your job. … Continue reading 2018 New Year Resolutions for Educators
Enjoy holiday treats in moderation. Of course, when your aunt/mother/friend brings over a batch of your favorite cookies, you are going to want to have one. That’s fine. But when random food from unknown places shows up in the teacher’s lounge, avoid it. Save the calories for treats you really want. Meal plan and freeze … Continue reading 13 Tips for Educators For Maintaining A Work-Life Balance During the Holiday Season
As an educator, I’m thankful for: Students who, without fail, say “good morning” to me every day The feeling I get when I finally reach the bottom of a stack of student essays The look on a student’s face when they finally “get it” Three-day weekends The deductions from my paycheck which mean I have … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons We Are Grateful to Be Educators