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#BTS20 Nightmare Chronicles – Episode #1

#BTS20 Nightmare Chronicles – Episode #1

Teachers friends, this year was the hardest (thanks COVID-19), and it seems like it’s only going to get harder when we go back. … View Post
10 Lessons Learned this Decade

10 Lessons Learned this Decade

“Take in account each and every moment, Because time will never stop for your consent.” -excerpt from Time Never Stops by Shubham Goel 2020 is … View Post
Macarons Mercredi

Macarons Mercredi

Macarons Mercredi is a super competitive, low-prep, vocab or circumlocution game! Macarons Mercredi is the French version of Taco Tuesday, created by the fantastically … View Post
#BTS20 Nightmare Chronicles – Episode #2

#BTS20 Nightmare Chronicles – Episode #2

Dear subconscious mind, why are you SO anxious? I’ve been breathing deeply, letting thoughts go, and even meditating for the first time in … View Post
8 Mindful Mantras for Teachers

8 Mindful Mantras for Teachers

Some days in the classroom can be exciting, filled with happy “lightbulb” moments, laughter and love. Other days can be trying, tiring and tense. … View Post
Do It For The Kids

Do It For The Kids

My New Motto “Do it for the kids… do it for the kids… do it for the kids.” I didn’t think I’d … View Post
Mafia: A Speaking Game for Language Classes

Mafia: A Speaking Game for Language Classes

Oh, Mafia! How I love you! This is one of my favorite games to “trick” my kiddos into learning! It’s a beautiful thing … View Post
What to do when your observation didn’t go as planned?

What to do when your observation didn’t go as planned?

We have ALL had these moments. I think if you ask just about any teacher if they have ever had a sub-par observation, they … View Post
#MyFives: World Language Teachers I Followed in 2018

#MyFives: World Language Teachers I Followed in 2018

This past year was the year I catapulted myself into the #teachergram community – AND IT WAS AMAZING! I’m ending the year with 5 short … View Post
Be Reflective and Keep an Open Mind

Be Reflective and Keep an Open Mind

I teach 7th and 8th grade French. It’s French 1, but split over 2 years. Which is amazing when you LOVE your kiddos, but can … View Post