Holiday Update

Blessings I’m counting my blessings this Christmas season. I have the most wonderful quarantine partner (and life partner) in my wife. We are enjoying deep […]

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 […]

Play 101: The Serious Business of Play

As a summary of the course Theories and Foundations of Child Development from the American College of Education, I share an infographic on the Serious […]

Double Death Backup

Well, my main computer decided it had had enough. I’ve been leaning on it for about eight years now. It decided that a whole clean, […]

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 […]

Your T̶e̶a̶c̶h̶e̶r̶ Debt Collector

A teacher friend of mine said, “I feel like a bill collector” recently and I felt it. Teacher as Debt Collector We can extend all […]

Posting

Well, it’s been a while. There are a multitude of reasons for why I haven’t been posting lately, but I’ll explain them here. I do […]

Prime Day for Teachers 2020

Maybe you are justified in your disappointment in 2020; after all, it was so rough that even Amazon had to delay their annual Prime Day […]

How to Help Teachers

Teachers Need our Help K-12 teachers are either teaching online, teaching face-to-face, or doing both. Despite what you think you learned last spring, the easiest […]

The Trinity of Online Learning

Is this the year of online education – along with the year of everything else? Online Learning has a different meaning depending on the audience. […]

2020 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge Concludes

Today the #8weeksofsummer blog challenge concludes and the $100 USD Amazon Gift Card is awarded; those who participated in each post are eligible. While it […]

Does School Start Early Enough?

The old adage that school starts earlier every year may be truer than you realize. Kindergarten is only required in eight states (Education Commission of […]

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