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There's always one item a teacher can't live without... It’s the personal items, such as cards from students and gifts from colleagues, they remind me that I am appreciated and what I do is important!Elizabeth Rushton, Master TeacherInstructional Specialist, Humboldt Unified School District Belvita

May 09, 2016

There's always one item a teacher can't live without...



It’s the personal items, such as cards from students and gifts from colleagues, they remind me that I am appreciated and what I do is important!


Elizabeth Rushton, Master Teacher
Instructional Specialist, Humboldt Unified School District




Belvita cookies, flip flops, and Chapstick.


Christie Olsen, NBCT, Master Teacher
Instructional Coach, Lake Havasu Unified School District




Post-it Notes for all of the brilliant ideas and things that need to be done. That and a Sharpie. A teacher's life is never complete without a Sharpie close by.


Robbie Ramirez, NBCT, Master Teacher
Curriculum Service Provider, Maldonado Elementary School

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@azk12 Dec 13, 2019 02:01:06

@SmilinAZTeacher @ClassroomChamps @StarlightPark1 That is beautiful! And what lovely parents!

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