In the era of the pandemic, there are many trends that have taken shape. Some good. Some not so good. Banana bread? Good, despite the unhealthiness. Laundry stripping? I have yet to actually do this correctly but, it’s a new trend that is supposedly satisfying. Being so positive on social media and looking forward to … Read More about Classroom Vs. Showroom
If you are reading this during the pandemic than things will look a bit different now but for this purpose try and picture a normal day. Everything has gone great so far in your day of teaching. There were no early meetings that could have been an e-mail. A parent donated Clorox Wipes(which is currently … Read More about Teaching Writing With Comics
Dear Teacher, For most of you, teaching has become a new territory. It doesn’t matter if you just began your career just a few months ago or have been in the classroom for 30 years. These times of uncertainty have added in an unbelievable amount of new factors that pose many questions. You may … Read More about Dear Teacher: A Letter to Teacher During A Pandemic
Hello everyone, chances are you are reading this blog post because you are either a teacher needing ideas for how to switch to e-learning or are a parent wondering how you can keep your kids engaged during the next few weeks. At the time of writing this post, schools across the nation are closing due … Read More about Teaching from Home
Springtime. The time of the year when the sun starts to peak out, the days get a little longer, and teachers everywhere are dreaming of spring break. Depending on where you live, you may still be bundling up in winter wear and having to scrape ice off of your car each morning. Or maybe you … Read More about Spring Into Spring!