By: Elena Aguilar
“Teachers make thousands of decisions each day, say the experts, as well as those of us who have been in the classroom. Making decisions can feel exhausting and draining, or efficient and effortless. Decisions are easier if we have clear guiding principles or ideals as we are making them. When these don’t exist or we haven’t articulated them, our decision-making process can be haphazard.
A motto is a powerful way to encapsulate the principles, values, and ideals which guide us as teachers and from which we make decisions. So teachers, what’s your motto in the classroom?” To read further please click here: