This fall would have marked my 14th year as a public school educator, within the same school division where I attended grades K-12. My formal job titles ranged from Social Studies Teacher, Virtual Instructor, Curriculum Writer, E-Learning … [Read More...]
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When's the last time you used Google to search for information needed in your daily life? If you have access to an Internet-connected device, I bet you've googled within the last 12 hours. "To Google" has become an active verb in the landscape … [Read More...]
I have a confession to make. This time, I am very happy to say, my confession is not for leaving the classroom- I'm backkkkkkkk. Here are my thoughts after the first week serving teachers and students at my new school. There are a core group of … [Read More...]
Kindness. It's such a simple concept yet left out of day-to-day life more than most people would like to admit. NOTE: this is part one of a four part series that will show fun and easy ways to encourage kindness in others throughout the school … [Read More...]
All good teachers know that making assignments, even formal assessments, relevant for students is key to an engaging classroom. And by relevant, I mean.....some sibilance of the outside world. Last month, I had the privilege of teaching the … [Read More...]