recommended reading

 


M
any students think that their teachers know everything.

The truth is that we have our own resources to help us stay one step ahead.   That’s true in life as much as it is in the classroom.   Life is a classroom, after all.

I find that throughout the week as I browse the internet, and read books and blogs,  I often come across resources that make me stop and take note.

They cause me to think, or rethink.  I’m stretched beyond my comfort zone.  My heart grows three sizes.   I feel understood.  I’m encouraged.  I’m given a sense of hope.  These are life-giving moments throughout my week.   

And the tell of a true teacher is one who must share what she has learned in hopes that her students will get it too.

So today, I’d like to share some recommended reading.  

Recommended Reading from Mrs. Hines' Class

 

~5 Investment Pieces Every Mom Should Own by Trisha from Eat Your Beets.

 



The Snow Jam in Atlanta and Why It's No Laughing Matter: Southern Hospitality

~The Snow Jam in Atlanta and why it was no laughing matter by the gracious Rhoda of Southern Hospitality





The Joy of Learning Contentment: Emily A. Clark

~Emily A. Clark’s thought-provoking post on the Joy of Learning Contentment






Recommended Reading/The Smile of a Champion by Thistle Wood Farms

~Thistlewood’s  heartwarming story about “The Smile of a Champion.”  (Warning, grab a tissue.) 




 



Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. –Albert Einstein

 

~ A great, timely quote that I read on twitter that expresses my sentiments exactly regarding my blog.

 




I hope you find these resources as inspirational as I did.

 

See  you in class,

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Comments

  1. Thanks so much for including my post in your list :) Have a great weekend.

  2. absolutely, Emily. It’s very inspiring. Enjoy your weekend, too.

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