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Lessons from the Sea Lions

Posted on: April 3rd, 2018 by Amy Kines No Comments

Our family just returned from a trip out west; Monterey, Yosemite, and San Francisco.  I found myself drawn to Pier 39, again and again marveling at these adorable and sometimes loud and spirited creatures. A few thoughts for you to consider: Who do we know whose “bark” is really just a cry for attention; who really just wants to be part of something special? Who do we know who,

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#ArmMeWith Experience

Posted on: March 10th, 2018 by Amy Kines No Comments

#ArmMeWith What do educators have to say? After we dismissed on the first day of our workshop, we asked participants if they’d like to share their thoughts.  The ideas they shared were pretty powerful! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQFh_TVs_UM    

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#No Power? No Problem!

Posted on: March 7th, 2018 by Amy Kines No Comments

#No Power? No Problem! That was our mantra as we began our weekend’s Delving into Differentiation workshop! After (really still during) a significant wind storm that cancelled schools on Friday, shut down the Federal Government, and left many in in the dark, we arrived to find out our venue was without power and running on a backup generator. “No power? No problem!” Onward.  We’re

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New Courses – More Opportunities

Posted on: March 2nd, 2018 by Amy Kines No Comments

How can I help you?  That’s the question I find myself most often asking clients when we first meet. The reaction is interesting, and it was at first surprising.  People are so thankful to be asked! As I interact with teachers, two needs are voiced far more frequently than any others; meeting the needs of English Language Learners and more management strategies.  So…. we’ve designed

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THREE Fall workshops!

Posted on: September 9th, 2017 by Amy Kines No Comments

Three Professional Development Opportunities for you and your staff! Fall 2017 all workshops flier

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Making a Difference

Posted on: September 5th, 2017 by Amy Kines No Comments

Sometimes as a teacher I find myself wondering, “Did I have as much of an impact on my students as they had on me?” This week I received a Facebook message that is every teacher’s dream! Below are a few excerpts of our conversation, shared with permission. “Hello. I just wondered if you ever taught in San Antonio, Texas” the message chain began. YES! You see, Lori was

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Ready Aim Teach Academy Opens!

Posted on: August 13th, 2017 by Amy Kines No Comments

Our Ready Aim Teach Academy is OPEN for business!  We’re so excited to offer educators across the country the opportunity to learn from each other and collaborate together! WHO benefits from an academy like this?   We designed the Academy for busy, caring educators looking for resources and support. WHY an academy format like this? Again, busy educators helped guide our thinking and we wanted

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Ready Aim Teach Academy Gets Ready to Open

Posted on: July 29th, 2017 by Amy Kines No Comments

At the end of a workshop, training, or collaboration, we’re often asked, “What else do you have?” “What’s next?” Now, we’ve got your answer! We’re opening our Ready Aim Teach Academy in just a few weeks, which will be a virtual academy serving educators across the globe. Our Mission is to provide ongoing support, resources, and a forum for collaboration We

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Teachers Impress Once Again

Posted on: June 29th, 2017 by Amy Kines No Comments

We are humbled once again by the dedication and commitment of the educators with whom we have the honor to work! Our Dynamic Teaching participants shared ideas, stories, and their passion for student learning.      

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Active Learning in Action

Posted on: March 13th, 2017 by Amy Kines No Comments

Getting students actively engaged is crucial to engagement and learning.  And it’s fun!  During our Proactive Teaching workshop, teachers had a ball playing Faceoff. Here’s how: students stand back to back pose the question students write response everyone takes three “paces” facilitator calls “faceoff” – students turn to partner and show response partners

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