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Guest Post: The Final Chapter of One Teaching Story – Now a Sequel!

Many of us consider ourselves to be what Edjacent guest author Kellie Weisenbeck calls her blog – More Than a Teacher. Kellie is a recently retired educator, embarking on a new life as an education consultant. In a recent post on her blog, which details her transition from the classroom to her new career path, …

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What to Expect When You Have a Middle Schooler

Edjacent note: This post was written by a guest author who teaches sixth grade in a school that hosts both elementary and middle school students. Her ample experience in middle school transition makes her an excellent resource on this topic. Readers wishing to connect with the author can email meghan@edjacent.org for contact information.  What to …

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Calling all Educators: Peace, Love, Books and Clarity

  Kristen Hildum, a retired teacher and school librarian, owns a bookshop with her family and it is uniquely situated in a vintage Airstream in the ViBe District of Virginia Beach, Virginia. (Learn more about the shop and how you can order books delivered to your home, including audio and e-books as well as uniquely curated …

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Envisioning Learning and Blended Online School Scenarios for the Next 18 Months and Beyond

Edjacent note: This post was written by Edjacent fan and early supporter Chris Jacobs just days into the pandemic. Chris has since started his own writing venture on Substack, where he and his wife write about their travels. You can also learn a lot about Chris as an educator by following him at @chrisjacobsGRHS I …

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