How to Teach Effectively and Authentically When You’re Exhausted

Has it been one of those days and it’s only 8:15am? (Well, let’s face it. Has it been one of those years, too?) If you haven’t yet, there’s a good chance that at some point you’ll have to teach – even when you’re exhausted. But how do you teach effectively and authentically when you’re exhausted (or angry, or numb, or hormonal or or or…?) This is a short helpful blog to get you up and going, authentically, when you’re not feeling the love. But don’t worry, you don’t have to go find it. You get to start where you are!

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How to Wage a War with Your Kinesthetic Learner

Want to wage war with your Kinesthetic Learner? Probably not. However, one sign in an early childhood family class that you have a mover, or Kinesthetic Learner, is the child who quite literally behaves as if being in your lap is a prison cell and does all that he can to break free. If you are physically holding this child down, you may soon find your toddler waging a full war against the oppressor. You!

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