Are Non-Traditional Schooling Options For You?

February 18, 2023 I have had a lot of conversations with other parents lately and have been researching for our own family about schooling for our kiddo. Many of us are wondering about options. For so long, we could only choose between public school and private school, with little to no influence over things, even … Continue reading Are Non-Traditional Schooling Options For You?


Thoughts From a Teacher’s Life – February

February 15, 2023 Whew, we are past Valentine's Day and I hope that you have all survived, or are healing well. If you have never taught, or never taken over a class midyear, here's an analogy: It's like walking into a den of lions to train them for a circus, but they have been starved … Continue reading Thoughts From a Teacher’s Life – February

Thoughts From A Teacher’s Life – January

February 4, 2023 I know, it's February, and I am writing about January, but it's just that kind of month in the education world. You're coming out of a holiday break where you more than likely overate or filled your schedule too full. Or you went entirely the other direction and binge watched Netflix series … Continue reading Thoughts From A Teacher’s Life – January

Your New Favorite Burger Recipe

January 10, 2023 I am a self proclaimed cheeseburger connoisseur. I love a good cheeseburger and, with so many food allergies, it can be my go to meal. I've experimented with various recipes over the year. When you live with a pepper allergy, boring meat seasonings are no fun. I have recently been using a … Continue reading Your New Favorite Burger Recipe

Spreadsheets to guide the classroom

October 14, 2022 Running a classroom, whether virtually or in person, can be a challenging task. There are demands coming from several different levels that need responded to, and, let's be honest, it can be stressful being responsible for the success of so many students. Often times, the default can be to deal with things … Continue reading Spreadsheets to guide the classroom

Teach the Way They Learn – Using Videos in the Classroom

September 6, 2022 If you are a teacher and have ever wished for a co-teacher or a clone of yourself to get more done, you are not alone. Especially in a classroom while teaching a lesson. We've all had that class where there was a constant distraction and the lesson was lost by the end. … Continue reading Teach the Way They Learn – Using Videos in the Classroom

Less Gamification In the Classroom

August 30, 2022 Gamification has been a big thing in Education for several years, and why not? It's engaging to students, it doesn't feel like learning, and they can demonstrate their level of skills and reach mastery and application. All the things we look for in a classroom! But... One thing I have noticed is … Continue reading Less Gamification In the Classroom