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5 Commitments For An Engaged Classroom

Don’t forget to plan for your new micro-community

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Everywhere teachers are getting ready to set up a new classroom. With the amount of time that takes, don’t forget to plan for the social-emotional well-being of your new micro-community.

I would argue that one of the biggest obstacles teachers face is the lack of trust in the classroom…

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Samantha Lazar

Samantha Lazar

Poetry, fiction, and essays in celebration of being a Mom, Wife, Educator, Writer, & Lover of Life.

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