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I have created a space to share your response from the Gratitude section of my book - The Intentional 5: VERGE (Education Edition). But the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law. —Ga
Click HERE to go to page Creating various ways to hear from our students and their concerns is key to an inclusive community. Resolution tickets were used to restore any misunderstandings between peers or between peers and adults. These tickets would give enough information for me to set up a time t
Click HERE for survey template. Important: Please click the 3 vertical dots next to the purple send button and make a copy before utilizing this template. This is to be administered to students that have shown great improvement behaviorally. This is an independent survey. This should not be relea
Click HERE for link to page. This page can be for students who need a small reward for completing work. They can earn computer time to fight boredom. This can also be a structured down time. There are a range of things students can check out.
Click HERE for page link Tinkercad.com allows student to create objects in 3D virtual space - Like buildings, DNA, molecules, settings, stages, etc. This is a good way to gage what students are interested in and ready to explore. Having a greater insight on what captures your students attention wil
Click HERE for video link (Groups of 6- 10 students each) Have each group form a tight circle, standing and facing each other shoulder to shoulder. Each person should then extend one hand into the circle and grasp another person’s hand across the circle. Have them cross their other arm over their ex
Hey! you are not alone. In my book VERGE I asked a few teachers to share their personal way of creating joy within their classroom. This has helped others activate their thinking about what exciting things that they do to engage their students. Here is your opportunity to share what has make your cl
Click HERE for video link This is a lighter version of embarrassing situations, humorous. Guided Questions - When you are embarrassed what emotion do you feel? How have you responded to others when you are embarrassed? How did the main character respond to his classmate when she asked for him to dr