I recently had a conversation with someone about how to compartmentalize the roles of being a human and being a teacher. Turns out, you can’t. Teachers have their responsibilities laid out as an exhaustive to-do list. We run on a schedule that is basically never on schedule and expected to be prim and proper when … Continue reading Box
2020 has been a year rife with heartbreak and hardships. I mean, it got to the point where my mind permitted itself to focus on one thought, and not eight. The only way I got through the year was finding who my pillars were, and reconnecting with those I lost touch with. Working with new … Continue reading Luddite
Hi there! Welcome to my post for the final E-tivity. I have created four topics below that I think align with the material we covered. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading my peer's responses on the topics and we have had such great conversations about strategies that we can use in our classrooms! Enjoy! COOKIE JAR … Continue reading Brain Dump on Anything Related to Self-Regulation in The Classroom!
I want you to settle in, grab a coffee or start your nightly routines. I'm going to introduce you to Adam. Just to be clear, Adam is not based on a person nor is he a person. He is a concept in my mind but, addressing him as a person will make it easier for … Continue reading Adam
Ahlie means right? Or truth. I learned it from my students this year who harped on me for using the Oxford Dictionary over Urban Dictionary. The amount of times I'd mispronounce one of their words and get called uncool was one for the books. I'd give them the same look they gave me when I … Continue reading Ahlie