“Overwhelming” seems to be the adjective that educators are using most often to describe the 20-21 school year. The shift in education has been a drastic one, and educators are working long, grueling hours just to keep afloat. At it’s... Read More
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Over the last three weeks, I have met with 14 Instructional Coaches and 73 teachers on 12 different campuses in two different school districts, and the question that is on everyone’s mind seems to be, “How do I get my... Read More
Our educational system is experiencing an unprecedented time. Most districts in the U.S. have been advised to prepare for temporary school closures and, in some cases, for the remainder of the school year. Teachers are being asked to create lesson... Read More
Quick question: If we are finally realizing the importance of creating learning environments that reflect life outside of the classroom, then why haven’t we changed our grading system? It’s safe to say that education has drastically changed in the last... Read More
by Robyn Scott Is this just one MORE thing or the ONE thing? It’s no secret classroom teachers feel overwhelmed, frustrated, and exhausted by their daily workload. I remember how excited and naive I was about becoming a teacher. I... Read More