You Aren’t an Imposter

Armies of traditional face to face teachers just taught their first full semester of courses online. And for those who thought they were imposters, they […]

Grad School Tools

I am two years into a three-year advanced degree. Often I am tired and wish that I could be more carefree with my time, but […]

Pandemic Grading

Before a parent or an educator becomes too emotional in response to pandemic grading, let us consider the situation… Craft an Intentional Perspective “Unconditional positive […]

The End of “Unprecedented Times”

I stopped using the phrase “unprecedented times” as soon as I could this semester. Because no one wants to hear what they feel in their […]

School: A Place, Relationships, or Learning?

Many communities have been out of the school building since mid-March of 2020. As we approach winter 2020 people are reminiscing about “school.” Is school […]

Blog Post 101

I have been blogging since 2010. I am grateful for the deep thinking this practice has provided me. I can provide the Blog Post 101 […]

What Parents say about #RemoteLearning

No doubt, opinions about remote learning are innumerable. Public schooling brings together very diverse families, all with differing priorities. When something as necessary as public […]

#RemoteLearning Roundup

As the new school year approaches, educators need to look back to the spring to learn how to improve what we can offer this fall. […]

Summer Reading List 2020

There are two things teachers can prepare for going into the 2020-2021 school year. And the pandemic isn’t really one of them! Sort of. There […]

Amazon Prime Day Delayed

The annual Amazon Prime Day is being delayed this year due to COVID-19. Their Chinese-based supply chain, the lean inventory of Amazon, and domestic supply […]

What Advocacy Looks Like #ECE

It would be easy to be intimidated at the title of an advocate.  You might think that is a title for lobbyists, politicians, or executives.  […]

What comes after #RemoteLearning?

The K-12 educational world is having a moment. And the only thing we know about moments is that they do not last. Mid-March K-12 districts […]

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