What Matters Most Now: Lesson One – Slow Down

This is a the first in a series of blogs with attention to education priorities in the not-so post pandemic The post What Matters Most […]

10 end of year templates to help students thrive

The end of the year is a great time for student reflection. This post shares templates you can give students that'll help! At the end […]

The Self-Directed Learner: Embracing Self-Judgment and Reflection

Accelerate student growth with the self-judgment and reflection strategy. With self-directed learning, your students can master content fast. The post The Self-Directed Learner: Embracing Self-Judgment […]

Centering Relationships & Routines

Many of the routines of the school day have been frayed by the pandemic. From kids unable to engage in work The post Centering Relationships & […]

Twig Create: A Tool for Science Reflections

Explore Twig Create, a powerful free tool for teachers that includes curated content and makes reflection a breeze in science class. The post Twig Create: […]

#GuildChat for 07/02/21: How Hobbies Help Our Work

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, July 2 at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is How Hobbies Help Our Work. I really like gardening. […]

Planning Now for Engaging Staff Development Later

Before you know it, August will be here and staff development sessions will be in full swing as the new school year begins. Planning now […]

Social-Emotional Learning at the End of the Year | Podcast Ep. 84

This week, TCEA’s Dr. Bruce Ellis talks about different ways to provide inspiration and maintain positive relationships with students at the end of a challenging […]

My 2020 Year In Review

At the end of 2019, I had grand plans for this year. I was going to tackle so many professional and personal projects. I was going […]

2020 Year In Review Tool

As we come to the end of another year, people take the time to reflect on the happenings of the past twelve months. For the […]

#GuildChat for 12/4/20: Learning from Mistakes

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, December 4 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Learning from our […]

Bad teaching

A ramble from last year. Just came across it again. Ha! When I re-read it I thought, ‘actually Pete, it was pretty bad teaching! What […]

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