Tag: Reflection

Unraveling Unseen Scripts: Becoming the Author of Your Own Story

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In this article, we’ll explore the intriguing concept of unseen scripts – those unconscious narratives that influence our thoughts, actions, and reactions in the classroom. Just like you, I’ve spent

3 Ways to Reflect & Move into Summer with Ease

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Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful.”~Margaret J. Wheatley Now that we’re rapidly moving to the end of the

Pause.Breathe.REFLECT.Relax.Repeat

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Your soul needs time for solitude and self-reflection. In order to love, lead, heal and create you must nourish yourself first. – Linda Joy I read an article this week

Pause.Breathe.REFLECT.Relax.Repeat

By Danielle Nuhfer/ no comments
I read an article this week about the dangers of toxic positivity on teachers’ health and well being, and it really resonated with me.  So often (too often) teachers put

Savor the Good! You Made It!

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Before heading out on vacation, shutting out all memories of the past school year, and moving forward to the next phase of the calendar, take some time to savor the

Are my scripts running my classroom?

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Our scripts can cunningly impact the way we work with our students.  A script is a conditioned emotional reaction to a trigger created in response to a past, emotional experience. 

Summer Reflections and New Year Resolutions

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The new school year has only just started, and summer is still faintly in the air (although fading quickly with the celebration of Labor Day).  To ensure that we keep

4 Tips to Ease into the New School Year

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Here it comes; I’m just going to rip the band-aid off…summer vacation is coming to an end sooner than later.  Our more flexible schedules will soon be replaced with bells

Finding Mindful Moments

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How many of your days and weeks seem to run together?  You start fresh on a Monday morning and then by Friday you have no idea what happened to your