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I was talking to Mrs. V the other day. Mrs. V is the 1st grade teacher I work for. We’d had an assembly that day to recognize students for good behavior and school work, and Sarah had won Mrs. 207 more words


The Simple Move That Has Transformed Classroom Afternoons

My kids, probably like all students, have times when transitions are smooth, simple, and stress-free and times when transitions can be slippery and stressful. This year, my students had been struggling with the transition back to the classroom after their time at “specials” — PE, art, music, etc. 418 more words


Playground at McLane Elementary

McLane has a great playground! They have two different areas of playground equipment, lots of swings, and a big open area to run (there’s a track and two baseball fields). 90 more words


This week I’m going to share with you my favorite iPad apps for language, learning, and executive functioning. Before I get into the list, however, I feel it is my duty as an SLP to provide a quick disclaimer. 1,815 more words


Opportunity for Professional Growth

You have probably seen the book study opportunities that have been posted in the T and L over the past few months.  Some have been facilitated by Perrysburg teachers.   80 more words