That time I made a teacher survival bingo board while in 3 hours of zoom virtual staff meetings. 😂😂 #spedtribe#teachersofinstagram#teachersfollowteachers#teachersofig#teacherssupportteachers#homeschool#coronavirus#educators#spedteacher#spedsquad#elementaryteacher#elementaryschool#teacherproblems#teacherprouds#teachermemes#teachers #teachertribe#spedlife
Our daily hand washing routine! 🤣😍 this week we were meant to perform our assembly item Riptide... unfortunately due to the current circumstances our assembly was cancelled. However this song has been put to good use as the chorus is just long enough for us to wash our hands thoroughly throughout the day. • • • #teachinghygiene#teachersofinstagram#teacherssurvivingcorona#survivingcoronavirus#teachersofinstagram#teachersfollowteachers#teacherprouds#aussieteacher#aussieteachers#aussieteachersofinstagram#riptide#riptidecover#handwashingsong#handwashing#corona#coronavirus#washyourhands
Repost @edutopia:Despite years of progress, black students and students with disabilities still experience harsher discipline than their peers—even for the same infractions. Over the past decade, suspensions and expulsions in Maryland schools have steadily declined, according to a recent Mathematica study. But the study also highlights a stark inequity: 8% of black students were suspended or expelled from schools, compared to 3% of their peers. And while 9% of students with disabilities were similarly disciplined, only 4% of students without disabilities were. The implications? Prior research shows that removing students from school—even temporarily—increases the likelihood that they’ll struggle academically, be held back a grade, or drop out of school. That has many schools rethinking their discipline policies and turning to strategies like implicit bias training and restorative justice. But will it be enough? #teachersofinstagram#classroom#classroommanagement#education#educators#educator#teaching#teacher#teachers#classroomdiscipline
The biggest lie we’ve internalized as women, is that we are one another’s competition. The only competition you have is looking back at you in the mirror. Every day work to beat HER. To be better. To manifest the life of your dreams and pay NO mind to what the women around you are doing EXCEPT to celebrate them WINNING too! #WomensHistoryMonth
My girl @ms.campbell.teachsaid it best “People are literally liking your post while sitting on the toilet”🤣 👆🏾 Always DO life just for you! My motto: Other people’s opinions of me are none of my business! NEXT!🗣
An important reminder. ⬆️Civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) made a surprise appearance at Sunday’s commemorative “Bloody Sunday” march in Selma, Alabama, urging attendees to use their right to vote “to redeem the soul of America.” White Alabama state troopers fractured Lewis’ head when he was 25 years old on what became known as Bloody Sunday, when Lewis and several hundred other voting rights activists faced state-sanctioned violence for peacefully marching across the Edmund Pettus Bridge from Selma to Montgomery on March 7, 1965. The commemorative gathering honored the Selma protest and those who suffered in the fight to ensure voting rights for Black Americans. Lewis used the moment of the primaries and the nature of the Selma march to encourage everyone to exercise their right to vote. 📷: Getty Images
February, am I right, Dear Educator? Is there someone in your sphere of influence who needs a little tea and honey? And who is your person to bring some for you? Thank you, @bullycrisisfor this reminder!