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Happy World Teachers' Day! Michelin-starred chef Alvin Leung dishes on the teacher who helped him substitute his shyness for a savoury sense of humour. "There were times when Mr. Ellis was tough on me when I needed it. But I always felt that he had my interests at heart." #just1word #worldteachersday

Happy World Teachers' Day! Michelin-starred dishes on the teacher who helped him substitute his shyness for a savoury sense of humour. "There were times when Mr. Ellis was tough on me when I needed it. But I always felt that he had my interests at heart.

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Signs of Professionalism in a Teacher

Kindergarten and Mooneyisms: Multiple Intelligences (In the Classroom) - A Field Guide by Marek Bennett

A helpful representation of the multiple intelligences for all us visual-spatial learners. Seriously, this helps me as the Multiple Intelligences are always presented in WORDSand words can be hard to comprehend for everyone but the Linguistic learner.

If You Teach Diverse Kids, You Need This Book - This practical, insightful, and absolutely necessary book is a guide for teachers who want to help culturally and linguistically diverse students not just survive, but thrive.

If You Teach Diverse Kids, You Need This Book

Writings and reflections — by new #teachers and veterans with decades of experience to share—offers practical guidance on how to effectively navigate the #school system, how to form rewarding professional relationships with colleagues, and how to connect in meaningful ways with students and families from all cultures and backgrounds. For new teachers, from kindergarten through high school. #newteacher

The New Teacher Book: Finding Purpose, Balance and Hope During Your First Years in the Classroom by Rethinking Schools

Homelessness, immigration, Ferguson—These are some of the topics that are addressed in the March 2015 issue of Educational Leadership, themed “Culturally Diverse Classrooms." #diversity #education #classrooms

Homelessness, immigration, Ferguson—These are some of the topics that are addressed in the March 2015 issue of Educational Leadership, themed “Culturally Diverse Classrooms.

I went to elementary and middle school in a predominantly white, Christian community. I fell into the “white” category, but I was Jewish, not Christian. We had Christmas celebrations at school, but Hanukkah was essentially ignored. Easter weekend was extended to Monday and Tuesday, but we were still required to attend school on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. I was always very secure in my Judaism, thanks to the guidance of my parents, but this was no thanks to my rather non-inclusive school.

Education experts Jackie Jordan Irvine, Geneva Gay and Kris Gutierrez explain how to make culturally relevant pedagogy a reality in your classroom.

20 Ways to Keep Your Students' Attention

20 Ways to Keep Your Students' Attention

No Bored Students! Wonderful ideas to give students brain breaks and heighten their attention. Thank you Minds in Bloom for sharing these ideas!

7 Things Your Quiet ESL Students Are Not Telling You (and your quiet students with processing disorders, your quiet LD students, etc... Definitely something for teachers to keep in mind)

7 Things Your Quiet ESL Students Are Not Telling You (and your quiet students with processing disorders, your quiet LD students, etc. Definitely something for teachers to keep in mind)

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