Episode 12: A Teacher's Guide To Gift Giving

 
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Are you ready for the most wonderful time of the year? As the holidays approach, there can be a lot of demands on our time— and our wallets. This isn’t just the case for our relationships outside of school. For many, time and money will be spent planning on purchasing gifts for colleagues and potentially even our students. If you are going to participate in gift giving, how can we do so in a time and cost effective way?

In this week’s episode, Danielle and Nicole provide recommendations for how to give meaningful gifts at school that won’t break the bank. We talk about gift ideas that aren’t overly generic— or overly expensive. The best part of all is our small gift for you: a round-up of ideas and a few printable for you to utilize in your gift giving this year! Get yours here!


In this episode you’ll hear:

• Ideas for what gifts to give students in your classroom

• Suggestions for gifts for peer co-workers

• Tips for gift giving to those elsewhere in the school hierarchy

• The Do’s and don’ts for gift giving to administrators at school


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Get ideas for what to give your fellow teachers, admins, or even class this holiday season! Save time and money with these practical, meaningful suggestions. As an added bonus, we’ve included some printable for you to use. Simply print and give or print and frame for a convenient gift for those at your school! Get Danielle and Nicole's guide:
www.edverything.com/gift-guide 


Emily Posts Guide To Gift Giving at the Office:
emilypost.com/advice/five-holiday-gift-giving-pointers-for-the-office/ 

Teach For America’s 10 Inexpensive Gift Ideas for Students:
www.teachforamerica.org/stories/10-inexpensive-gift-ideas-for-students