In this episode with Cindy Rodriguez, we talk about the importance of embracing opportunities, growth mindset, and developing relationships in and out of the classroom.
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In addition to being an amazing author and educator, Cindy Rodriguez is very generous. She’s creating a five-minute Let’s Write video that educators can use in their classrooms. Become a Chalk + Ink Patreon supporter, you can have access to Ruth’s video as well as videos by April Jones Prince, Marcie Flinchum Atkins, Zetta Elliott, Erin Dealey, René Colato Laínez, Michelle Cusolito, Ruth Behar and Lisa Stringfellow.
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