June 28, 2022 If you are like me, there are times where you feel either constantly overwhelmed, busy and yet not as productive and more added than removed to your to do list, or you slow down to a creepy crawl--especially in summer with less commitments. I struggle to find a good in between mode. … Continue reading Productivity Trick: 6 Tasks List
June 21, 2022 If I have learned nothing else after 15 years in the classroom, it's that parent involvement increases student success. When both they and I are committed to a learning and progressing and are on the same page for our plans, the student has a clear path to follow. For years, sending home … Continue reading The Simple Trick I Use For Improving Parent Communication & Student Sucess
June 14, 2022 We are on a roll! So far, in phase one, we cleared out our inventory and ordered or purchased what we still need. In phase two, we planned and prepped, either for the first term, or for as much of the year as we could to lighten our load during the school … Continue reading Summer Reset Series – Phase 3 – Setting the Stage in the Classroom
June 7, 2022 Welcome back! Whether you are working this one day at a time at the end of summer, or a task each week over the summer, I am breaking down the steps for a smooth return with a much done in advance as possible. Brace yourselves for lots of information, so plan brain … Continue reading Summer Reset Series – Phase 2 – Content Planning & Preparations
#A2TInbox - Click the STAR to like this post! Comment below and tell me if you are an email collector or prefer to keep your inbox cleared out. September 30, 2021 I don't know about you, but I get a ton of emails, both at work and at home. And for work, I have 2 … Continue reading Using Your Inbox as a Task List
#A2TImperfectTeacher - Click the STAR to like this post and comment below with what you stress the most over as you start the school year. August 4, 2021 For most teachers, summer is drawing to a close very soon, if not already. Classroom plans and projects are starting. Boxes are being unpacked. Meetings are beginning … Continue reading It Doesn’t Have to Be Perfect
May 27, 2021 It won't take long, but this quick checklist can save you time later! It has been a long and crazy school year, whether you have been at home or on a campus. For those of you that have been students at home, I thought it might be helpful to share some Teacher … Continue reading Wrapping Up the School Year From Home – Tips for Distance Learners
You can use testing season as a chance to teach your students about a growth mindset, visualizing success, and planning to achieve it--and you can make it fun!
April 22, 2021 My favorite Earth Day meme I've been sharing for years on Social Media. No idea who gets photo credit, but they rock! This week, we will celebrate Earth Day, an annual event started in 1970 to inspire people to clean up our planet and make conscientious decisions in our everyday life. We … Continue reading Going Green in Your Classroom – Earth Day Inspired Ideas (I’ve used these!)
Use learning menus to create an engaging student-centered model for teaching that can be used for a variety of lessons, grades and subjects.