Designed especially for teachers ready to re-imagine the way we teach and build relationships in the classroom.
Compare the traditional student cycle with a restorative ecosystem.
On today's, episode we spend time with the Founder of VIBE Movement, Tina Medina.
This restorative-based lesson incorporates excerpts from the The Trail of Tears Diary and a poem called "The Powwow at the End of the World" to discuss the Native American experience.
A FREE introduction to VIBE Movement with this helpful classroom guide.
"When I first stepped foot into my own classroom, I held dear to a zero-tolerance, tough as nails approach."
Nothing has taught me more about fear and failure than being a parent. And I’ve learned some valuable lessons along the way...
Your thoughts are magnetic and having a strong gratitude practice means you are opening the doors to more things to be grateful for.
All growth starts with first noticing and paying attention to patterns or habits. In what areas of your life do you need to WAKE UP?