‘Tis the season to teach empathy. From elections to holidays, empathy (IMO) is one of the most under taught/reinforced life habits. As we approach the
How are you creating a community with and not for students? Here a few strategies that promote a safe and inclusive learning environment.
Keeping it positive in the classroom can be a challenge. Sometimes it’s difficult to even recognize moments of positivity in the midst of chaos learning.
I am a collector of things! I love a good quote (or hundred) for my classroom. There are three main moments I look/listen for when
Teaching is difficult, but meaningful work. If I am honest, some day THE STRUGGLE IS REAL. Too real. Don’t get me wrong, I love what
The world of education is chock-full of buzz terms. There’s accountability, differentiation, scaffolding, progress monitoring, data–driven, college ready, and rigor… to name a few. The
Teaching middle school is hard. Really hard. There are emotions, hormones, strong opinions, relationships, feelings, and so much more. Below are a few strategies I