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Week 1 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2023

Welcome to the 2023 #8weeksofsummer blog challenge! The newest disruptive technologies are artificial intelligence in the form of large language models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT. This summer we dedicate our #8weeksofsummer blog challenge to encouraging bloggers and readers of blogs… Continue Reading →

Join the #8weeksofsummer Blogging Challenge

We aren’t fans of non-educators giving the seemingly obligatory line about summer …work…pay…yadda, yadda… and while we know it isn’t true, it still stings. We know that educators are always learning, thinking about how to better teach, and investigating new… Continue Reading →

Leave at the end of this year

I have many job references I fill out this time of year. As someone who has moved often early on in my career I know the feeling from their side, but from the side staying it is tough also… Why are… Continue Reading →

Spring Break

There are really only three possible ways to spend pre-Spring Break: Acquiescence to Lethargy Actually plan instruction for the days leading up to the holiday which are purposefully not instructive so that you do not have to teach the same… Continue Reading →

Link-up: End of Year Countdown #AprilBlogaDay #BlogAMonth

It is easy to countdown to the school year’s end, but it is a challenge to stay focused on school and teach/learn through the end. Through out the next few months it is my top priority to get as many… Continue Reading →

Showin’ Some Love #ReflectiveTeacher

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 →

Lesson Learned: Students have Different Challenges #ReflectiveTeacher

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 →

Reporting Progress Ideally #ReflectiveTeacher

As part of the TeachThought January Blog Challenge today’s prompt is: How would you choose to report progress out to children and parents?  I was not going to post on this topic, I felt too far removed from this since I… Continue Reading →

Education: Ten Years from Now #ReflectiveTeacher

As part of the TeachThought January Blog Challenge today’s prompt is: What changes do you envision in the next ten years? In ten years I will be in my 28th year of education. Woah. That is enough to make me catch… Continue Reading →

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