Guest Blogger – Alicia Schordine

Tweet Alicia Schordine is a professional artist and educator, currently completing her M.A. in childhood education with additional certifications in literacy and drama. You can follow Alicia on twitter @aschordine or view her blog on creativity and education With Wings to Fly at:

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Guest Blogger – Karen Steffensen

Tweet An educator for over 25 years within three Canadian provinces, with tenured administrative and teaching experience from Kindergarten to Post Secondary levels, Karen is currently seconded to Ontario’s  Ministry of Education, Literacy & Numeracy Secretariat branch. As an avid advocate for the power of the arts, Karen is continuously exploring the vital connection between […]

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Guest Blogger – Judy Lee

Tweet After teaching Special Education for over a decade, Judy Lee  decided she wanted to get her certification to teach Art.  This journey had her  returning to college and leaving her  job. After completing her course work, Judy was hired as a contracted Special Needs Teacher at the Seacoast Charter School, an arts integrated school […]

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Summer Was…

Tweet Summer was fun, relaxing, rejuvenating, busy, short, eventful, and satisfying. And now, summer is officially over.  Sorry – someone had to say it!  But with summer over, a new school year begins and I for one feel like I need that structure again.  My hope is that I will find that balance of health […]

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Updating this Week

Tweet We will be updating servers this week so that we will be up and running smoothly for the first weeks of school.  Hopefully, you will not experience any interruptions so that you can take advantage of the content on The Inspired Classroom. ~EMP

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The Joy of The Dance

Tweet This past week end, I was at a wedding for my cousin, and boy, did I dance!  It was a blast!  Old school, new school, ethnic, modern: if it had a beat, I was on the dance floor.  In fact, there were a lot of regulars on the dance floor.  As with many weddings […]

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Summer's In Full Swing

Tweet It sure is and for teachers that doesn’t mean flat out rest! We are busy – working, thinking, planning, learning, reading – you name it! (Some of my teacher-friends and I even did some homework last night: research on how to avoid being a Bad Teacher if you catch my drift. 😉 ) Yes, […]

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Summer Mode

Tweet My brain is in such summer mode these last few days. This post won’t tell you much: probably no great insights, no awesome ideas, nothing really, just me being a teacher at the beginning of summer. I feel a little aimless, yet there are so many things I could be doing  (like, say a […]

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Pledge to Create

Tweet Maybe you have heard about the 30 Days of Creativity Challenge. If not, you should – From the 30 Days of Creativity website: 30 Days of Creativity is a social initiative encouraging people to create stuff (anything) every day for 30 days in June. Your brain is like a muscle. When you exercise it, […]

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