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Julie Beck Trevor: The majority of people who were attending these events were plus years in. We both have very silly personalities, and both of us also had the commonality of working in low-income schools, so we were able to share stories and connect. Sometimes we would grab a drink chag. Beck: How important was it to find other young teachers to connect with? Did those friendships play a role in how you evolved as teachers?

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Beck: How did you grow your friendship to be about more than just work? Amy: Our district let the parents choose if they wanted to be online or in person.

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And now our union really does focus on the recruitment of young educators. Beck: Being close friends who are both teachers, but not actually working at the same school, did you ever brainstorm together or come to each other for advice? I think that says a lot. When it's your turn to talk · 1. Did those friendships play a role in how you evolved as teachers?

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For example, lp could say, 'I love the way you. Amy: At first, we both ended up sharing rooms with ificantly older people. This will make them want to keep doing it. Every class is different. · 4. · 2. Amy: I know that at any point, I can call Trevor and just talk.

That was kind of the glue that kept tightening and tightening [our bond]. Beck: How did you grow your friendship to be about more than just work? Beck: Have your schools Liberty MS sex dating totally virtual, or are you doing any in-person teaching this year? I stare at a computer screen all day, full of little children who are mostly muted. A lot of teachers who had listen then we ll chat experience were pushing back [on our ideas].

Social, emotional Amy: We spent the first three weeks of school testing these kids to death. Get to the point. I think that says a lot.

Everyone had to understand the new e-learning platform. We both have very silly personalities, and both of us also had the commonality of working in low-income schools, so we were able to share stories and connect. And now our union really does focus on the recruitment of young educators. Amy: No sidebar whispers during a faculty meeting. Beck: Have your schools gone totally virtual, or are you doing any in-person teaching this year?

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Amy: Trevor created a group a couple of years ago for us to share curriculum with each other. I probably will seek out more relationship building with my colleagues—in the future. Beck: How important was it to find other young teachers to lisetn with? Amy: Not ever the same one, though.

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The elbow thing is just not as cool. But we knew that we had a lot to offer. That was kind of the glue that kept tightening and tightening [our bond]. Get your thinking straight. It makes me more afraid to be around people. There was this old-school, throw-down-the-ruler kind of mentality. Whether you chose e-learning or brick-and-mortar, everyone was online the first week of school.

Trevor: Because we were, liaten some instances, tthen against the current. Now when I get home, I have to explain to my husband why I need attention.

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Speak in. Praise children when they're communicating well. Trevor: Because we were, in some instances, going against the current.

Amy: I definitely think so. So how can we reclaim the lost art of listening? Ten meetings are via Zoom. Amy: At first, we both ended up sharing rooms with ificantly older people.

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