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Oct
02

Goal Update September 2022

At the end of each month, I review my progress toward my goals. Here are the results or lack thereof for the month of September 2022
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Oct
01

Hurricane Ian and General Hurricane Teaching and Learning Resources

This storm has connections to science, geography, politics, and more.
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Sep
30

T.G.I.F. Newsletter - Intellectual Humility, Effective Teaching Teams, and Kindness

A newsletter for teachers and lifelong learners. Topics for this week include intellectual humility, effective teaching team, kindness, and more.
3 min read
Sep
27

NASA DART Asteroid Smashing Education Resources

An event like this goes a long way in showing students the relevance that math and science have in the world.
1 min read
Sep
24

How Educators Can Break Parkinson's Law and Create a Work-Life Balance - 7 Tips

I propose that teachers show up each day and give it all they've got, but when they get home there should be more restoration, relaxation, personal time, and family time than not.
3 min read
Sep
23

T.G.I.F. Newsletter - Implicit Bias, Proof Points, and the Monkey Mind

A newsletter for teachers and lifelong learners. Topics for this week include implicit bias, proof points, and calming your Monkey Mind.
3 min read
Sep
19

Great One Pager Resources, Lessons, and Downloads

Students can use one-pagers to share their most important takeaways from what they’ve been learning. One-pagers can be used to summarize key concepts in all areas of the curriculum.
2 min read
Sep
18

Challenges Met and Mostly Met

The way I see it, setting a challenge and working to meet it is far better than not setting a challenge at all even if you fall a little short.
2 min read
Sep
16

T.G.I.F Newsletter - New Ideas, Candid Teachers, and 6 World Memoirs

A newsletter for teachers and lifelong learners. Topics for this week include new ideas, candid teachers, and 6 Word Memoirs.
3 min read
Sep
13

Using Six Word Memoirs in the Classroom

Use Six-Word Memoirs to build community, analyze characters, and summarize concepts.
1 min read