Category Archives: Teacher on the Trail

Paws to Care for Learning Styles

Most of our classrooms have reached the midterm of the first quarter in our school year. Classroom routines are in place. As teachers, we have had the opportunity to paws and evaluate our students. In some cases, we have adjusted … Continue reading

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Paws to Care, Summer Vacation is Over

We have all heard the school bells bringing us back to our school routines, met our new students, and set our yearly goals. As a 2nd grade teacher I will have 20 students, 5 Alaskan huskies at my house, and … Continue reading

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Mississippi is Still Smiling

by Lynne Witte It’s summer and my dogs are not enjoying the heat. They can’t wait for some cold weather and snow. But Mississippi, one of my girls, is still able to send a smile your way.

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Puddle and Clove

by Lynne Witte; Monday, July 08, 2013 I live in downstate Michigan and summers here are hot! Here’s a photo of my two “girls,” Puddle and Clove, on this hot humid day. Puddle is relaxing in the shade, while Clove … Continue reading

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Introduction

Lynn Witte is CopperDog’s first ever Teacher on the Trail and is a true teacher on the mushing trail. As a elementary school teacher AND an active musher, she will be reporting in throughout the year, detailing her training, animal … Continue reading

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