Tweet Share, share, share (and take turns).  I find myself saying it to my students and my children all the time.  Maybe it’s time I take my own advice! Share Your Stuff As we clean out our rooms and spaces for the end of the school year, we come across so many things: lessons, materials, […]

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Tweet In a recent yoga class the instructor stressed the importance of detachment in the practice of yoga. She explained that because yoga depends so much upon the effort we are prepared to put into our practice, we need to find ways to constantly detach in order to move more freely into a pose and […]

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Lessons from the Eighth Grade

Tweet I am finishing up my second year as the district technology integrator for a k-12 district in New Hampshire. I am responsible for inspiring teachers to integrate technology into their curriculum, and to provide guidance and direction in the creation of a 21st century learning environment in each of our 5 schools. We have […]

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Looking Ahead

Tweet The end of the year is a natural time to reflect back and look ahead.  It’s actually quite an empowering time for teachers.  I hear many teachers’ voices full of a renewed excitement as they talk about what they will do next year whether it will be a repeat or modified lesson. Just the […]

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The DID List

Tweet Sure, we all have a HUGE end-of-the-year TO DO list, but let’s step back for a moment and make a different list: a DID List. This is a list of all the things you DID, you accomplished, you made work. Last week my principal made a list like this including all the things in […]

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End of the Year To Do List

Tweet The end of the school year is coming and what better way to start it than to create a to do list?  Ok, maybe that’s not the best way, but it’s one way that I start the beginning of June and therefore the end of the year. And let me tell you it is […]

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Guest Blogger Kristina Peterson

Tweet Kristina A. Peterson is a high school English teacher at Exeter High School in Exeter, New Hampshire. Like many teachers, I was inspired by my own high school English teacher to seek a career in education.  After graduating from York High School in 2001, I pursued a degree in English Literature, with a minor […]

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Guest Blogger Cathy Brophy

Tweet Cathy Brophy is a District Technology Integrator for the Rollinsford and Somersworth school districts in New Hampshire, responsible for infusing technology into the lives of k-12 children, their teachers and their families. In her past life she has taught fifth grade, middle school language arts and middle school computer education. She is also an […]

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Guest Blogger Yoon Soo Lim

Tweet Yoon Soo Lim is a music teacher and department chair at an independent school in Pennsylvania. She received undergraduate and graduate degrees in piano performance, music history and choral conducting. She found a love for teaching young children and pursued studying Kodály methodology, receiving certification in levels I-IV. She loves instilling love of music […]

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