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Organizing Memories

Organizing Memories By Meredith Johnson Over the years of my life, I have had the wonderful experience of having three sons who are now adults. I also was fortunate to have my parents into their 80’s and 90’s! Unfortunately, two of my three brothers…

Kodak Moments

Kodak Moments By Meredith Johnson In my childhood, I have this memory of my parents inviting their friends over for dinner and after eating, they shared the most wonderful bonding experience with each other. My father would get out the screen and slide projector…

Sunday Thoughts of Changing Times

by Meredith Johnson @mjjohnson1216 Ever thought about how quickly times are changing? This morning I was looking at the weather forecast on my phone and noticed that they shared a “Watson Insight” brought to me by CVS Pharmacy. It mentions that the flu alert…

Feedback Grows All Learners

by 𝕃𝕖𝕧𝕚 𝔸𝕝𝕝𝕚𝕤𝕠𝕟 @levi_allison42 Is feedback important to you? Are you searching for feedback to improve? When do we give our students feedback on their understanding? Feedback is such a personal moment for individuals. It is the moment that one opens themselves to be…

Yes! Teachers Across the Globe Are Using Twitter – Are the Leaders Who Surround You Also Learning on Twitter?

By Meredith Johnson @mjjohnson1216 – Moderator of #BookCampPD Is Twitter the “be all to end all” in terms of professional learning? Of course not. Can it provide tremendous insight into the experiences of others, resources, a sounding board for new ideas and a sense…

New Teachers – This One is For You!

by Samantha Fecich Hello readers! A book for new teachers just hit the bookshelves near you: EduMagic Shine On: A Guide for New Teachers which was co-written by me and three former students, now friends: Hannah Sansom, Katy Gibson, and Hannah Turk. It was…

Books Calling to You From the Shelf

by Meredith Johnson Do you ever sense one of your favorite books calling to you from the bookshelf where you placed it? It is like suddenly thinking about an old, cherished friend and quickly dashing off a text message to that person or calling…

Against the Wind by Meredith Johnson

How fortunate we are as educators to have the opportunity on Saturday mornings to chat with others about our favorite topic and read passionate responses to posed questions. This morning, I was inspired by others during #LeadUpChat and #LeadLAP. I view it as a…

January 12, 2019 Blog Post by Aubrey Yeh

Guest Blog Post by Aubrey Yeh @Ms_A_Yeh When I was teaching in the classroom, I had this sign on my door. It was laminated, and I would fill in whatever book I was currently reading with a white board marker. I wanted my students…

My Story of WHY I Am a Teacher by Nicole Biscotti

I do not come from a long line of teachers. I don’t even come from a long line of educated people. My mother was the first person in my family to earn a college degree and I am the first to earn a Master’s…

Meredith Johnson
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