The Brazilian Tradition of Festa Junina in the fall of the year (which is in June for the southern hemisphere) is a great way to introduce some cultural fun for your class at the end of the year or even for the upcoming fall!
Planning out the entire year can sound overwhelming, but the truth is that it can actually help you eliminate all of the overwhelm! Once you can see out your entire year and you know you have some missing pieces to work on, it makes your planning time so much more productive.
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This isn’t your typical planning map. We have created a way to help you proactively prevent teacher burn out, creates white space in your calendar for all the unknowns, and implements those BIG GOALS and DREAMS you have for your classroom.
The Best of India
with Special Guest Neeranjna Bajpai
There is a lot we can implement in our classrooms that come from Indian culture!
Here, you'll get tons of information on the music, maths, art and dance…but the best part is what you'll learn about mindfulness techniques, tools for focusing in class and some great ways to achieve balance.
I changed my path in my teaching job due to a passion I have for Cultural diversity. I've lived in 6 different countries and been a visiting teacher in over 300 schools presenting culturally diverse workshops and assemblies to both students and teachers. I'm passionate about cultural inclusion and that our future depends on a more tolerant and respectful population.
(I'm also quite passionate about the
beach and ice cream!)
I currently live in Brazil with my husband from Uruguay, my two bi-lingual and very energetic boys and my sweet white Labrador Bailey.