I will be taking some time to guest blog on other amazing people’s blogs for the next couple of weeks. Here is the latest about my friend, and author, Alexes Terry and her new book, Real Love:Strategies for Reaching Students Who See No Way Out.
When we recognize the pain we’ve caused, we can choose to ignore our part, or we can choose to be humble.
For the love of learning, make the everyday moments count with your children. They’ll remember your conversations more than boring curriculum!
Sincere apologies are not automatic and leave out the tiny, ruinous “IF.”
Wherever you find yourself today, your role as Mother is honored.
It’s okay to have a bad day. It doesn’t mean your faith is weak or you are ungrateful for all you have. It means, you are human and need support.
When I began teaching in the early 2000s, to earn high marks on my teacher evaluation, I needed to show that I was the boss and first in command in my classroom. One of my principals in those early years compared me to a teammate, who taught in a way completely different than I did. …
Heavenly Father,Thank You for seeing us through another day. We come before You with humble hearts. We lift up all the doctors, nurses, and all people working in healthcare and their protection. We lift up their families. We pray they will be reunited soon. We pray for Your supernatural wisdom and strength to guide them …
This is my follow up piece to a January blog post titled Its Okay To Change. I hope you find it helpful and it was such a pleasure to guest blog for Parent Square Learning Network! https://psln.parentsquare.com/blog/supporting-lgtbq-students-as-a-christian-educator
Struggling in math has been my greatest asset as a math teacher.