While it is true that ‘Nature abhors a vacuum,’ that is such a mild a description compared to what a teacher experiences when a learning opportunity is present, but there are no structured activity or exploration associated with such an opportunity. So the upcoming natural… Continue Reading →
As part of the TeachThought February Blog Challenge this week’s prompt is: How can we demonstrate love while maintaining boundaries? I think the early years of our career are so interesting. We have the most enthusiasm and the least baggage. We will try things, do… Continue Reading →
As part of the TeachThought January Blog Challenge today’s prompt is: Share a time when you learned a very important lesson from one of your students. The Florida Today newspaper archive only goes bask to 2002, so we will both have… Continue Reading →
I prided myself on my ability to work with the tough ones. The kids that other teachers could or would not handle I would be willing to take. I also asked to have only one of those special ones per class, but… Continue Reading →
Read my guest post for EdCamp Savannah.