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"Impostor syndrome is the frequent feeling of not deserving one’s success, and of being of a failure despite a sustained record of achievements. Highly successful people often experience it throughout their careers, especially when they are members of a group that is underrepresented in their profession—such as female scientists or engineers. "  Have you ever experienced "Imposter Syndrome"?   #AmyPoehlerSmartGirls

How This Incredibly Successful Female Computer Scientist Copes With Imposter Syndrome

Slate article about Harvey Mudd College President Maria Klawe -- Impostoritis: A Lifelong, but Treatable, Condition -- The female president of Harvey Mudd College on how women in STEM can cope with feeling like they don’t belong.

I can't wait to teach my children stuff. Anything. Even teaching my baby to stick out her tongue has been super exciting the last couple of weeks, so you can imagine how much more I look forward to...

It kind of flies in the face of my ideas about guided discovery. According to JoEllen, involving students in participation too soon in the acquisition of new knowledge can have some bad side effects.

How to Support First-Generation College Students | Teaching Tolerance - Diversity, Equity and Justice

Extra attention and mentoring before first-generation students attend college can give them the tools to feel comfortable, confident and welcome when they start their higher education journey.

College Mental Health: A Checklist for Parents

College Mental Health: A Checklist for Parents

Parent Resources, Mclean Hospital, School Counseling, Toolbox, Mental Health, Bees, Colleges, Parents, Tool Box

#studentloandivision #studentloan #collegeloan #studentdebt #loans #debt

Student debt impacts life after college in ways you may have never anticipated. Before taking on too much debt, consider how common milestones are effected.

New U.S. Department of Education Report Highlights Colleges Increasing Access…

Department of Education Report Highlights Colleges Increasing Access…

Do you complete a unit on BATS in your classroom?  If so...check this out!  This Bat-Shaped Writing Booklet for your Interactive Notebooks has everything in it for your students to write about BATS!$

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Do you complete a unit on BATS in your classroom? This Bat-Shaped Writing Booklet for your Interactive Notebooks has everything in it for your students to write about BATS!

Some great inspiration on successful strategies and activities to engage students in your ELA classroom. // Article by Teaching Teens in the Twenty-First

Teaching Teens in the Using Kelly Gallagher's strategies for close reading & whatnot. I love Kelly Gallagher, too! (give kids prompts beforehand to help keep them focused when annotating)

Because apparently, yelling "Oh my god! What in the HELL?" Is not good parenting...

Lorinda-Character Education: Be a Detective & Asking A ? Without Blame; Conflict Resolution 4 Immaturity jumps ahead and assigns blame. Learning to investigate and ask the right questions is a life skill.

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