We need to know how to use tech in our homes and classrooms in a way that bridges us with the people in front of us….
Sincerity breeds deeper connections.
I’ll work for a healthier body, but I don’t want to erase who I am to reach some image of beauty that was never meant for me.
I don’t always do a great job of having conversations on social media about race. Many times it’s because my emotions get in the way. But one thing I do well is sharing my experiences as I learn. It’s important to me because I am an ally for my Friends of Color and Students of […]
“Please, God, I do not want to lose him. But God if I have to lose him, I know You will be with me every moment through this.”
Do you ever feel completely out of your depth? Out on a limb? In over your head? I do all the time. In fact, when I returned to full time teaching in 2015, after a three year absence of staying home with my children, TobyMac’s song Beyond Me was my anthem. Returning to work was […]
The longer our students face an inability to form necessary connections in their math foundation, the more anxious they feel and will be less likely to ask questions.
This past August was my first round of #OneMonthGoals. Read here for how I stumbled upon Michael Matera, Educator and Author of Explore Like a Pirate, and his encouragement to join his movement one month at a time! His goal was different than mine, and others who gave it a go had their own goals. […]
Monty Kane is an actor who is using his talent of recreation to educate his audience that though our country has made major strides for equality, we still have much work to do.
Something amazing has happened as I’ve pursued my #OneMonthGoals of using my gym membership at least three times a week for 30-35 minutes each: I finally understand the value of self care! I’ve been reading about it and asking others about their self care goals, but very rarely giving my own serious consideration. And to […]