Whatever you just clicked – well, there’s more on this coming soon. Field Trips that Inspire Taking a field trip can be a great way to celebrate the culmination of a unit or to inspire students about something new. Field trips provide great experiences for your students and allow them opportunities to learn beyond the classroom. Who doesn’t like field... Read More Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (for teachers) ➡️ "You have to Maslow before you can Bloom." ⬅️ Perhaps you've heard this before, but do you really understand what it means for you as a teacher? After digging into this idea for some time now (and living it as a teacher myself!), it's... Read More Make a Difference Every Day! Teaching is Tough Teaching is tough and classroom disruptions keep ramping up. This can lead to you feeling on the brink of burnout. The thing is, you are a caring, creative teacher. You are built to teach. And your students deserve to learn in a safe, learning... Read More it’s not about being a therapist You wear so many hats as a teacher! I remember years ago seeing something like this (way pre-Covid) and thinking, "Yup! That's about right." If you've ever felt under the pressure of all these labels, you're not alone. And if you've ever wanted to shed a label or... Read More VIRTUAL retreat Learn more about SEAL, Social-Emotional Artistic Learning! Go to teachSEAL.com SEAL Teacher TrainingInterested in SEAL Teacher Training? Learn how you can empower yourself to reach and teach your students as you integrate the Arts with SEL in this amazing, online course! There are options for graduate credit too. Learn More!