Clip Chart Alternatives

Written by Guest Blogger and Educator, Kristin Nori

For 14 years, I taught elementary school and used a clip chart for behavior management. It was what was being used at the time in all classrooms,...

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Living Your Best Life

Uncategorized Sep 22, 2022

As I write this, I am heading home from a two-week trip that included traveling to Hawaii and Florida. I was fortunate to mix bits of vacation time while working in a school in Hawaii and...

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UnFROGettable Mrs. Y

When I was in third grade, my family moved to a new school district. It was just after the winter break, and the students in my new school had already established routines and friendships. Yet, it...

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Trauma: The Invisible Backpack

When Dr. Peggy McIntosh first introduced the “Invisible Knapsack” concept in 1989, her focal point was based on the basic diversity, equity, and inclusion issues of the times, focusing...

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I Am Yellow

Two weeks ago, my friend Linda and I were having breakfast in a restaurant when I saw her attention go to the booth behind me to the left. Before I could figure out what was happening, she said to...

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Men & Mom, Stand Your Ground

Uncategorized Aug 12, 2022
 

The beach has always been my “happy place” - the one location where I ponder life, have deep conversations with my three siblings, and play with my boys. 

A few weeks ago, I stood...

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That Wasn’t Very SEL of Me

Uncategorized Jul 28, 2022

By May 2019, my husband and I had saved enough money to take our three boys to Italy to visit his sister and extended family. Both of his parents were born and raised in small towns just south of...

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Thank You For Being a Friend

Two weeks ago, I attended a conference of my fellow ASCD Emerging Leaders. We are a group of educators who bonded together through our experiences in the two-year program sponsored by ASCD.

For...

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Hoaloha

Uncategorized Jul 07, 2022

Now that the doctoral journey is over, I've been thinking more about how our professional and personal lives shift, intersect, and often overlap. It's often difficult to maintain balance through...

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rejuvenation simplify zen Jun 23, 2022

This week's blog is courtesy of my dear friend and colleague, Dan Tricarico, aka The Zen Teacher. Be sure to follow Dan on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Be sure to also check out The Zen...

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