Last year I went to DisneyWorld. I could not believe the long lines for rides. While some of the lines were definitely not worth the wait (Haunted Mansion I’m looking … Continue Reading From Definitive to Confident in the Classroom
Creating an Easter Sunday Mindset in our Classroom the Entire Year He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! The euphoric, emotional high that is felt by Christians throughout the world … Continue Reading Easter Monday?
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To kick off 2016, we talked about the importance of reflection as a teacher. So often we can get bogged down in the day to day rigor of just being … Continue Reading Journaling: A How-to Guide for Teachers
A new year often brings a new focus. Typically, this focus comes in the form of New Year’s resolutions. Often our New Year’s resolutions center around personal promises to ourselves, … Continue Reading Resolve to Grow as a Teacher
Having a tough time grabbing your students attention for a particular class? Try reflecting on these questions as your prep for your lesson. What is the big idea for my … Continue Reading 10 Questions to Increase Engagement with Your Students
I often tell my teachers that it is never too late in the school year to change something. While there are a few major items, like curriculum, that deserve our … Continue Reading Are You Reaching for the Sky in Your Classroom?
“We all need people who give us feedback. That is how we improve.” … Continue Reading The Most Valuable Feedback in the World is Your Students