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Are there any professional development books you would recommend?
My last day of school is tomorrow and I'm looking forward to having some time to read. What PD books do you recommend?
As an educator what things can I do to protect my students?
So ICE picked up the parent of one of the students at my school. As an educator what things can I do to protect my students?
Yesterday after school my phone disappeared from my desk.
Yesterday after school my phone disappeared from my desk. How do I address this with my students when I go back to school?
How do I help my students become more independent?
How do I help my students become more independent? I don't think they have the strategies to problem solve on their own. How can I teach them these skills?
Does anyone have any advice on how to look older?
My coworkers are always confusing me for the students. Does anyone have any advice on how to look older?
How do I get a student to try?
How do I get a student to try? They are falling behind and seem to realize it but won't let me help them.
Does anyone have any experience with “mindfulness” in the classroom?
Does anyone have any experience with "mindfulness" in the classroom? I know it is being discussed heavily in my district.
How do you handle rude and aggressive parents approaching you?
How do you handle rude and aggressive parents approaching you? Do you react to them or stay calm?
How do you start your high school class each day?
How do you start your high school class each day and gain their attention? I've tried bell-ringers to focus my classes but that's not working.
How do you know when it’s time for a change?
For those that have been teaching for quite some time, how do you know when it's time for a change, and what kind of change to pursue?
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