WRAD Beginnings The way Dorothy Lee explained how World Read Aloud Day (WRAD) came about is the coolest story, ever! It was a child’s idea and brainstorming that set the wheels in motion. Now, WRAD is a global movement! This is the twelveth year for it and we are partnering with Dorothy and all of …
Black History is American History.
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This year has been a doozy as in the pandemic, but as a social media support and blogger, I have really grown and it feels incredible. I haven’t blogged on my site much lately, but I have been regularly blogging for AliceKeeler.com. I appreciate Alice’s support for educators and letting guest bloggers share their creations …
Sincere apologies are not automatic and leave out the tiny, ruinous “IF.”
Struggling in math has been my greatest asset as a math teacher.
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….
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 …
When we care enough to see past our assumptions, and our minds grow too large to house the dangerous misconceptions about others, we will naturally want to form that safe space for our kids.
The goal of my writing this post is to open the doors for more real talk, honest dialogue, and unity to grow where there has been division in the past.