Can you imagine what your school experience would have been like if all of the educators you had were the GOAT?
As we leave spring break behind, what message do you want to send to your community of learners? How will you prepare for the final few months of school? How you end is just as important as how you begin!... Continue Reading →
When life hits hardest, what do you do? When conflicts are mounting, what stance do you take? When you have given all you have and more is required, where do you find the strength? When you are tired and disillusioned,... Continue Reading →
Don’t Let It Fizzle Last year, I read the amazing book One Word That Will Change Your Life by Jon Gordon, Dan Britton, and Jimmy Page. It was a wonderful read, but most importantly it gave me a new way of... Continue Reading →
We use grades as a form of feedback. An “A” represents mastery of a concept or an idea – superior work in an area. At the other end of the spectrum, an “F” represents a lack of mastery or poor... Continue Reading →
Here are 3 key ways dynamic educators connect their lessons that will change your practice. Connect your lesson to the standard. Know what you want. Knowing what you want to get from students and how to get them to demonstrate... Continue Reading →