Ending the School Year with Epic Ideas and Intrigue

End the School Year Like a Pirate with Dave Burgess

ending the school yearYour legacy moment as a teacher is the last day of school. In today's high-energy show Dave Burgess will get us all motivated to end the school year well.

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Show Notes:

  • Some epic (but easy) ideas for ending the school year.
  • Great ideas for teachers who are burning out and tired that will get your students excited and end the school year on an up note.
  • The kind of stuff every teacher should be trying at the end of the school year.

Dave Burgess @burgessdave is a teacher and highly sought after professional development speaker, well known for his creative, entertaining, and outrageously energetic style. He is the author of Teach Like a Pirate.

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You can also hear a Bonus episode with Dave Burgess, “Avoiding the Biggest Mistake Teachers Make at the End of the School Year.”

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