Three Things: Data, Great Moments, Your Worth

Only you can determine your worth.

Three Things: Data, Great Moments, Your Worth
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It’s easier to believe people who can use qualitative and quantitative evidence as part of their reasoning. We talk about this when writing lab reports in science, but it's all-around true.


Question: What was your best moment in the classroom today, and how can I have more moments like it?

My Answer: Taking time to slowly prepare students to start learning activities. I think this is one of the reasons using classroom norms is productive. Setting a foundation gives you something to periodically review and using norms builds culture when used over time.

Here are the norms I'm currently using with my homeroom.


“ Your worth is not a negotiation” - author unknown

Three Things is a record of thoughts, questions, inspiration, gratitude, and things that made my day better or made me better. Once written, I send them out into the world. Cue serendipity.