GIVEAWAY and Book Club Announcement

Happy Friday! And what better way to kick off the weekend then with a giveaway?!

41m0N7IIcsL._SL210_First off a big thank you to those who contributed to our first book club last week! We are hoping that we can pick up some more of you for round two. The next book will be “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” by Susan Cain.

If you would like to buy it from our Amazon store you can find it here.

We have decided that we wanted to do something to thank all of our wonderful readers for your continuous support throughout our journey as new teachers and bloggers. So – we are giving away a copy of “Quiet” to one of you!

There are three ways to enter the giveaway:

1. Leave a comment on this post telling us either which Tale of Two Teachers post you like best or tell us a topic you would like to see us post about soon.

2. “Like” us on Facebook and tell us in a separate comment on this post.

3. Follow us on Twitter and tell us in a separate comment on this post.

You can enter with one, two, or all three chances – just make sure that you make a separate comment for each entry. Contest ends Monday April 7th, 2014 at 5:00 pm PST. Due to shipping costs only those living in Canada and the USA will be eligible to win.

Good luck and thank you for your incredible support!

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15 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY and Book Club Announcement

  1. How fun!!!! 🙂

    Okay my favourite posts…

    From Meaghan I have loved “It’s not always rainbows and sunshine” because I find honesty so refreshing and it was such a great reminder we won’t always love what we’re doing all the time and that’s OK! And her post on “I wouldn’t trade it” as I loved reading how she got to where she is now! So dedicated and wonderful 🙂

    From Karley I have loved “Teachers time out – Cambodia” because it gave me so many ideas as to how to support communities I believe in and have been apart of but that I don’t live in at the moment. And her latest one “21 for the sisterhood” what a neat idea! I’m totally snagging that for the TC10km, how motivating!

    Thanks so much for sharing parts of your lives, I truly enjoy this blog!

    Julena Breel
    xo

  2. you are two ladies that I admire so very much. I feel privileged to have you in my life. My favourite post on your blog is meaghans post about anxiety. The courage to write and share something so intimate I found truly inspiring.
    Love you both!
    Tea soon? Or wine?!

  3. Ok, it’s really difficult to pick a favourite. I’d have to say that one of your first posts makes the cut – Feel Good Friday. This was just before I came back to Canada to teach and it helped reignite my teaching inspiration. When I had my first middle school contract, I had asked Meaghan for some advisory ideas and she reminded me of that post. I went ahead and started doing that with my students. 🙂

    At the end of the day, I’ve loved every single one of your posts and I am lucky to have such passionate teacher friends that remind me on a regular basis that this really is the best profession in the world!

  4. I enjoy all of your posts! As an “older” teacher and mother of adult sons I enjoy hearing about your lives and teaching. Your candour is appreciated. I enjoyed participating in the book club as I haven’t had time for a “regular” off line book club yet. I am new to twitter and blogging and am finding it all fun! Thanks, Karen

  5. Your blog has really been a source of inspiration for me as a recent graduate!

    My favourite post was this one:
    http://taleoftwoteachers.com/2014/01/29/teach-it-tuesday-feeling-good/
    This lesson looked amazing, and really demonstrated what teaching should be all about – helping students become confident and kind. What an amazing way to boost self esteem! I’m definitely going to do a similar lesson when I have my own class. I’d love it if you could talk more about what Feel Good Friday looked like in your class as well!

    I also really enjoyed the food prep posts (mornings are so rushed!) and the post about Cambodia, because it really filled me with inspiration to make a difference. Thank you for that!

  6. Your blog is amazing! It is difficult to pick a single favourite post. Selfishly, I absolutely have to pick Kaitlyn’s guest post. It is truly amazing that you would share this platform with a middle school novice blogger. Your blog is uplifting for the teaching community – you share ideas and inspiration, and also the realities of this profession. Sharing a child’s blog post elevates their voice and provides inspiration to the people that are the most important in our work – our students.

    Overall, I appreciate your reflective tone. Even when times are tough, you retain optimism, hope and a sense of humour! You encourage and prioritize balance in our busy lives. Meaghan, I have appreciated getting to know you better through this forum. I appreciate your honesty, your open nature, and your support as I find my own voice online.

    Keep up the great work!

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  8. I love reading both of your blog posts and I always get excited when I see you guys have a new entry. My favourite posts are the Teach it Tuesdays. I love hearing tried and true teaching ideas and have used a handful of those ideas in my own classes. Thank you guys for the time and effort you guys put into this blog, it’s definitely appreciated!

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