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5 Books Every Art Teacher Needs to Read

We all embark on our teaching journeys eager to teach. Most of the time, we have a few basic classroom management strategies to get us started. Throughout my coursework and student teaching, I developed a toolbox of strategies I would be able to use in my own classroom. Those tools …

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5 Books Every Art Teacher Needs to Read

We all embark on our teaching journeys eager to teach. Most of the time, we have a few basic classroom management strategies to get us started. Throughout my coursework and student teaching, I developed a toolbox of strategies I would be able to use in my own classroom. Those tools …

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5 Books Every Art Teacher Needs to Read

We all embark on our teaching journeys eager to teach. Most of the time, we have a few basic classroom management strategies to get us started. Throughout my coursework and student teaching, I developed a toolbox of strategies I would be able to use in my own classroom. Those tools …

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The podcasts everyone *needs* to listen to right now

Outspoken Beauty is being billed as the UK’s most honest, straight talking beauty podcast. Beauty can be a contentious subject. Why do women feel pressurised to wear makeup? What is this obsession with fighting ageing? How can the beauty industry charge so much for a mere pot of face cream? …

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Science and Social Studies Adapted Work Binder (for Special Needs)

Always crunched for time in special education, science and social studies instruction don't always meet the cut. NOT ANYMORE! Functional and differentiated skill work that covers standards-aligned topics for grades K-3, this adapted work binder is the perfect addition to any elementary special education classroom. Only at Mrs. D's Corner. …

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5 Books Every Art Teacher Needs to Read

We all embark on our teaching journeys eager to teach. Most of the time, we have a few basic classroom management strategies to get us started. Throughout my coursework and student teaching, I developed a toolbox of strategies I would be able to use in my own classroom. Those tools …

Read More »