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Teaching Where You Don’t Belong

Confessions of a Secondary School Teacher: Part IV

I never liked the first day of school as either a student or a teacher. The first day of school meant ice breakers and introductions. And stupid games that made you interact with strangers. As a shy introvert, these kinds of activities were something I dreaded, but like most other teachers, I knew the first step in building a relationship with my students…

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When she’s not writing at the coffee shop, cuddling with her cat, or watching bad reality television, you can find her traveling to new and familiar places.

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When she’s not writing at the coffee shop, cuddling with her cat, or watching bad reality television, you can find her traveling to new and familiar places.

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