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Here's how you can use this summer to your advantage. I am not sure get out of the way is the best way to put it - they should stop and reflect on barriers that keep them stuck or from moving forward and how to flip those barriers to bridges of new learning and new passion.Jennifer Robinson, NBCTPr

May 23, 2016

Here's how you can use this summer to your advantage.





I am not sure get out of the way is the best way to put it - they should stop and reflect on barriers that keep them stuck or from moving forward and how to flip those barriers to bridges of new learning and new passion.


Jennifer Robinson, NBCT
Principal, Maricopa Unified School District





Look at your classroom management plan. What worked well last year? What did the students like in regards to your plan? Are there any areas that need a fresh perspective?


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





Anything that doesn’t help move you forward. Take a deep look at what you use and what you are just holding on to. Learn to let go of all of the extra stuff; it is quite liberating.


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

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