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    On Jan 31, 2020 A Malkewitz wrote:

    I'm not sure how it happened, but I'm in my twentieth year of teaching. What I like to share with new teachers is to stop, sit back and enjoy the learning. Everyday we plan and organize, we're constantly thinking about moving the students to future goals, which is what we are supposed to be doing I know. But sometimes we don't revel in the fact that we are teaching, the students are learning, the "bus" is moving in the right direction. In year twenty, as you reflect back, you may remember the amazing lesson you struggled to prepare, but I know you will definitely remember the face you stare into as the light bulb goes on through the lesson.


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