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Make your job and life easier with tips and tricks used by teachers and shared with teachers. This community has your back!

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Teachers persevere in difficult times

Teachers Persevere in Difficult Times

Teachers persevere in difficult times. They continue to show that when faced with obstacles, like the pandemic, they will rise to the occasion.

Ways to Make Learning Real in Unreal Times

Ways to make learning real in an unreal time. Discover ideas to help teachers navigate online teaching to make learning authentic.

4 ways to show kindness during the pandemic

4 Ways to Show Kindness During the Pandemic

4 ways to show kindness during the pandemic. If we learn anything from this situation it is that kindness can make a difference.

Teachers do jobs for the greater good

Teachers Do Jobs for the Greater Good

Behind the scenes, teachers do jobs for the greater good to help students and families deal with the pandemic. Thank you!

The Hippy Teacher’s Guide to Social Distancing

Social distancing can be a therapeutic time for you and your family. We’ve been given an opportunity to slow down and be human again.

Coping with stress during a pandemic

Coping with Stress During a Pandemic

No matter how calm you try to appear on the outside, how are you coping with stress during the pandemic as your teaching life changes?

How to talk to students about scary topics

How to Talk to Students About Scary Topics?

With a pandemic crisis it is important to ask: How should teachers talk to students about scary topics? What is age appropriate?

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