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How do we invite them in

How do we invite them in

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Hi everyone. How do we invite the our younger students into this new world of learning? How do we make them feel like they are important and not just here at school while their parents are at work? Well teaching them at this young age of Early Childhood and up we get to make a very big impression that will last a lifetime. We get them when their little minds are very open to new things. Its my desire as a teacher to invite these young minds to engaged and to learn that they can do anything they put their minds to. As a teacher I feel that students already know a whole lot of technological things before they come to us. Its our job to let them use it to grow and learn.

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Mr.Bee
Third grade teacher from Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Love them let and them know they are safe. Learning lasts a life time we must strive to make it positive everyday. Have a great year.

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