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Around the middle of the school year I remember looking around my classroom and suddenly feeling overwhelmed by my ever growing to-do list. I would

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The holiday season was always my favorite time of the year in the classroom. Decorating, themed crafts, and excitement in the air make the holidays

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Teachers are accustomed to having an audience. After all, in the classroom, teachers are not only teachers, but nurses, engineers, coaches, counselors, and actors. However,

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I remember in the early days of my teaching career, parent conferences felt very stressful. I would overthink what I was wearing, what I was

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WHY SMALL GROUPS? Teachers are busy! From instruction to meetings, planning times, and that lingering parent email that you need to respond to…small groups may

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Have you just signed up for a Fluency and Fitness membership and you want to know all of the AMAZING ways you can use the

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