5 Epic Endings to the School Year

Unique Ideas to Make a Difference Any Time in the School Year

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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Every school year needs an epic ending. It doesn’t have to be hard. Don’t just walk out of your classroom at the end of the year. Make memories! In today’s show we learn five ways to end the school year and make it memorable.

How to end the school year

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Show Notes:

  • As a teacher what can we do to affirm and wrap up the school year in meaningful ways?
  • What does the research say about ending the school year well?
  • Five fast ideas for ending the school year that make a lasting impact.

Tony Kline, Ph.D. @TonyKlinePhD is an assistant professor for the Franks School of Education at Trine University in Indiana. Having partnered with educators in rural villages in Africa to urban neighborhoods in the midwest, it’s Tony’s goal to help prepare, support, and inspire others in becoming highly effective teachers who will change the lives of their students.

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