it's time to stop sacrificing your learners' social-emotional needs on the alter of cognitive skills.
Because guess what?
If your students are actually going to learn from you, you gotta 'Maslow' before you 'Bloom'!
In other words, you need to forge solid, social relationships with your learners before they'll *ever* trust you to guide them academically.
"Jill Pavich gives you the permission and freedom to explore what you instinctively know to be true, as a teacher, while also showing you how to align that ingenuity and creativity with the demands of the systems we teachers must work within. She's what we've all been waiting for."
Now I get it if you're hesitant...leaning on social media for learning?! Sounds suspect, right?
But here's the thing...
Just because WE didn't grow up knowing how to leverage online platforms for academic and professional reasons (I had to teach myself that!) doesn't mean our students don't deserve this know-how.
Communicating online involves reading, writing, using your own voice, and listening to those of others. As secondary ELA teachers, this is *definitely* our department!
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