I Learned to Teach from Mr. Rogers

Beth Maloney Education, Elementary, Games, Life in the Classroom, Love, National Board Certification, Professional Development, Social Issues

I didn’t love Mister Rogers growing up.  I was more of a Sesame Street-loving gal, with the bright, feathery puppets and the emphasis on cognitive growth.  It wasn’t until my little sister, a tiny blond hellion whose body never stopped

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Which One are You?

Lisa Moberg Current Affairs, Education, Education Policy, Elementary, Games, Life in the Classroom, Mentoring, Parent Involvment, Professional Development, Science, Social Issues, Teacher Leadership, Uncategorized, Web/Tech

As we all know, educating children takes a village. I think it takes three kinds of villages to truly raise children to be lifelong learners- the first includes partnering with parents to fully understand the essential elements of their child’s

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