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Can I bring Meaningful Nature Studies to a Concrete Jungle?

Blooming oxalis means spring is coming, and the long cold winter nights are ending soon. Last year my students ran around our school campus happily picking oxalis in the crisp spring-like weather. They inspired me to plan a whole day for them to learn… Continue Reading “Can I bring Meaningful Nature Studies to a Concrete Jungle?”

Classroom Management tip: what if it’s not perfect?

If you haven’t noticed, I love flowers. I could keep writing about flowers that I’ve found around my coastal home or in my garden (Thanks to my gardening friend for encouraging me to grow them this year!). My computer is full of photographs of… Continue Reading “Classroom Management tip: what if it’s not perfect?”

Classroom Management in the virtual World

I could write a long list of classroom management tips that I have used successfully but not in the virtual world. This week I spent time lounging on the beach near my home. We found this little beach hidden less than a mile away.… Continue Reading “Classroom Management in the virtual World”

My Favorite Classroom Management tip

I am about to share with you my favorite classroom management tip. I still struggle with this. It’s a good struggle because I think I get better at it every single day. This tip works for any teacher in any classroom. It works for… Continue Reading “My Favorite Classroom Management tip”

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