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A sneak peak of my new song in Frozen 2, “The Next Right Thing”...
Heres the handsome #jonathangroff review of #frozen2...
Reposted from @joshgad
Before the cast screening of #frozen2 last night, we got a video response from #jonathangroff sharing his reaction to the movie. I asked if I could share it this morning since Jonathan doesn’t yet know Twitter or Instagram exist. Since I’m the King of hyperbole, I’ll let his words speak for me.
A sneak peak of my new song in Frozen 2, “The Next Right Thing”...
I was THRILLED that @thetinychefshow called me to chat!!! Who cares if he was only calling because he couldnt get in touch with @jackietohn ! °
REPOSTED from @thetinychefshow
For any of our newer fans who need a little background info, The Chef borrows my phone once a day to make Skype calls to his loved ones. Apparently one of his besties miss @jackietohn gave The Chef a few of her contacts to call in case she’s ever too busy to chat. Kristen Bell ( @kristenanniebell ) was clearly on the list and thankfully she was such a good sport even after The Chef made it quite clear she was his second choice for a chat session. Oof. Also our hearts go out to Bashin who really got thrown under the “no-chair” bus here. ..
Do you all enjoy chatting on the phone as much as Chef does? .
#thetinychefshow #chat #no-chairbashin #secret #busy
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Yes! It’s #FeaturedTeacherFriday 📚and I love love LOVE this teacher. Jael Zeballos is a teacher in Northern Virginia. Here’s her story: “I’m an ESOL teacher at Falls Church High School, in Northern Virginia. I teach newly arrived immigrants, largely from Central America. Many of them have come alone to seek a better life in the US. They are eager to learn English and get ahead in life. Most of my students come from impoverished backgrounds, and/or have experienced severe trauma on their journey here. These kids are resilient, brave, funny, charming, but, above all, normal teenagers like any other. They dream the same dreams and hope the same hopes that all of us do.
In this current climate, I want to make sure that their stories are not forgotten, even if it's only to an audience of teachers like me and their peers. We are witnesses to their experiences, and I want to make sure that during this period that I am privileged to teach them, I do as much as I can to make their time in this country a good one.
We have an incredibly supportive community at this school, from the administrators, teachers, custodians, everyone. We have one of the most diverse populations of students in our county, and I couldn't imagine working anyplace better!
The budget for school supplies, unfortunately, is very limited as it has to be spread out among thousands of students and classrooms, and everything on my Amazon Wishlist will be put to the best use. All items will directly impact the English learning of my current students, as well future ones in the years to come. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!” I’d love to support Jael’s students and classroom so her wishlist will be in my bio. Thank you to everyone who reads about these amazing teachers and feels inspired to help. We’re all in this together! 💗
This video is perhaps my most favorite video ever taken. It’s of the lovely @bensplatt patiently listening to my 4 yr old serenade him with a song from his album. She’s *almost* as obsessed with him as I am.
Don’t forget to check out @bensplatt new show @the_politician on @Netflix tonight!!!!!
Happiest of happy birthdays to the one and only Arch Tutu. Thank you for teaching us all how to smile and dance even through the sadness. Your words have guided my life. "Do your little bit of good where you are; its those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world." "Without forgiveness, there's no future."
"I am not interested in crumbs of compassion from the table of someone who considers himself my master. I want the full menu of rights." "My humanity is bound up in yours. For we can only be human together."
🍁❄🍂❄ November 22!!!
For today’s #FeaturedTeacherFriday 📚✏️👩🏻🏫 meet Sarah Sims! Her students are deaf and hard of hearing and she buys most of her school supplies herself. This is teacher who goes above and beyond for her students and her wishlist will be in my bio if you are inspired to help her out! Here’s her story… “I teach at the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf (AASD) in Clarkston, Georgia. This is my 10th year teaching Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students, and my 8th year at AASD. Students at our school use American Sign Language (ASL) and English to communicate. We are a Title 1 school that serves students ages 3 to 21 years from over 30 counties in the greater Atlanta Area.
Many of our students don’t have the opportunity to easily communicate with their families at home. Without access to ASL at home students miss out on so many social opportunities. Our staff and teachers dedicate our lives to helping ensure that all students have as many language rich opportunities and experiences as possible; both academic and social.
I teach elementary school, grades 3-5. Many of my students have additional disabilities and learn best through hands on, real life experiences. In order to obtain the school supplies my students need, I need to buy most of them myself. Not only do these supplies help my students access the curriculum, it also allows them to develop confidence in themselves. I strive to give my students opportunities and I want to give them the tools and language they need to communicate their feelings and ideas.
I’m also trying to teach my students how to advocate for themselves. My students are curious, creative, and most importantly- capable! Thank you for supporting the needs of my wonderful students!”
Canada we got your buns covered!! #repost @hellobello
🇨🇦 Hello Canada! 🇨🇦The wait is over! Starting today you can shop select products from Hello Bello at hellobello.ca TODAY ONLY: For our friends up north who have Canadian addresses buy your first bundle and get the second one free! #hellobello #hellobellocanada
All super heroes don’t wear capes! College professor Ramata Cissé proved this last Thursday when she came to the rescue of one of her students. When the young lady was unable to find a sitter for her baby, instead of watching her student struggle to pay attention, Cissé grabbed a sheet and tied him to her back.
Cissé teaches Anatomy and Physiology 1 at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, GA. She told Because of Them We Can that her student is ambitious and just needed a little help.
“It made me very happy, very thrilled to be able to use my back (which was available) in order to give her the ability to study. I didn’t want her to worry about the baby, I wanted her to forget for a few seconds so she could concentrate on the class,” Cissé said.
Cissé’s daughter, Anna, shared the photograph of her mother wearing the baby on her back along with a caption that led with, “my mom is my role model.” She continued, “her student couldn’t find a babysitter today & being the true African mother that she is, taught a three hour class with the baby on her back...I’m so blessed to be raised by a woman who loves the world as much as her own children.” The photo was shared over 10k times and garnered numerous comments from students who have experienced Cissé’s magic first hand. One comment cited her as the GOAT.
According to Anna, her mother held the baby on her back as she taught the three hour course. She even fed him. Cisse’s small act and the why behind it is what the village is about.
“I felt as if she is a very ambitious student and I feel like she just needed the right conditions. She just needed a little push, a little help and I felt like with that little help, she could make it easily,” she told Because of Them We Can.
As for where she learned to strap a baby onto her back so perfectly, Anna credits it to her mother’s African roots. She also tweeted that she felt “so blessed to be raised by a woman who loves the world as much as her own children.”
The love for her craft and her students is obvious. We need more Professor Cissé’s in the world! #becauseofthemwecan
Reposted from @becauseofthem
Friends! It’s #FeaturedTeacherFriday 📚🧠💪🏻and I’d like you all to meet Francy Barnes! She’s been buying school supplies and necessities for her students out of her own pocket but her daughter convinced her to write to me. And I’m so glad she did! Here’s her story: “I teach kindergarten in a rural Title 1 school in South Carolina. My school, McKissick Academy of Science and Technology, is a magnet school that is determined to change the lives of our students. Most of my students have never left our state or even our small town. I want to bring the world to them.
The majority of my students live below the poverty line with caretakers and relatives that are not their parents. Around 85% of students in my school receive free and reduced lunch. Many students come from families that do not have more than a middle school education nor speak English. Last year, over half the students in my classroom did not have books at home to read. This broke my heart.
I became a teacher because I wanted to help children believe in themselves and reach for the stars. I teach almost everything in small groups to meet the needs of all my students. My classroom is positive. I want students to walk into the room and stand taller knowing that this room was made for them. The mindset I’m teaching to my students is that if they believe in their ability, work hard, accept help from others, thrive on challenge and don’t see failure as a way to quit but an opportunity to learn, then they will succeed at whatever they try in school and in life.
This wishlist is for my students, not for me. Everything on that list will be used by them daily. The area my students struggle with the most is reading. I have to be able to get books home for these kids to practice and read to and with their families. Kindergarten and the early childhood grades set the learning path for a child. Thank you for taking interest in my sweet students who deserve the best!” As always, if you’re inspired to help Francy and her kiddos, pls check out her wishlist in my bio. I love you all. 💗