Kindergarten Kindness Superheroes and the DNA of Kindergarteners

Laurie McIntosh on episode 374 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Laurie McIntosh shares how her kindergarten kindness “superheroes” wear their capes and spread kindness around their community. She also shares how she surveys student’s DNA (dreams, needs, and abilities) and a touching story about the impact this has on the classroom.

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Laurie McIntosh – Bio as Submitted


Laurie McIntosh kindergarten teacherLaurie is a kindergarten teacher from Alberta, Canada whose passions include #KindnessCapes, @the_kind_club, global and community collaborations and DNA inventories.

Twitter: @lauriesmcintosh

 

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