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January 31, 2017

5 Tips for Successful Tech Infusion in Your Classes

The same way teaching is an art and not just anyone can do it, teaching with tech takes knowledge and creativity and a willingness to take risks in order to explore learning differently.

January 26, 2017

Educators Want Voice and Choice in Professional Learning

Adults can often be the hardest students to please, ironically. We don't alway behave the way we'd hope our students would and sometimes teachers and administrators can be the worst offenders. However, if we make the learning personalized and continue to adjust as needed, the flexibility and choice will go a long way.

January 12, 2017

Stranger in a Not So Strange Land

And I'm certain that as more time goes on, my skill set will be used more efficiently and I will be able to help more kids through more teachers. How has listening helped you become a better member of your school community? Please share

January 05, 2017

Balancing Parenting and Educator Responsibilities

My son is my absolute favorite person in the world and he deserves my love and attention more than anyone else, but I also love my career. How can I possibly be a great and present mom when my son needs me AND also be available to my school and the larger educational community when they need me? What I struggle most with is knowing when to switch hats. When is it okay to put me first? When is it necessary to put my son first and how can I provide for both teachers and students when they need help too?

December 23, 2016

Who's in Charge? Make Co-Teaching Relationships Seamless

Great partnerships can really benefit students. What is the best part of your co-teaching partnership? What do you struggle most with? Please share

November 03, 2016

Celebrating Teachers and Teaching, New York Style

#ECET2NY914 will kick off this weekend as a part of the growing trend of regional ECET2 (Elevating and Celebrating Teachers and Teaching) convenings happening all over the country. Participating in events like these is a unique and inspiring experience, but in addition to participating this year, I'...

October 27, 2016

Focus on What Can Be Done

In education today, educators are trapped in the muck and mire of red tape that can easily lead to burn out or loss of purpose. It is easy to get wrapped up in all of the things that make teaching untenable and sadly, many do. Because this is the reality of the current educational environment, it is...

October 06, 2016

Missing My Former Students and Former Program

Journalism is a discipline that has always supported true creation and application of 21st century skills and does it in a way where students are doing more than they are sitting and getting.

October 04, 2016

Drive-by Observations and Other Accountability Measures

If we just assess students without telling them the purpose and more importantly giving feedback on what we see, then we'd be committing a great injustice to our students. We often talk about actionable feedback to move progress, and consider this best practice as educators... Which begs the question, why would it be any different for teachers?

October 02, 2016

Are Procedural Lesson Plans Worth it?

In the first five years of teaching, writing lesson plans was absolutely necessary for me. Meticulously I planned the period, minute to minute insuring that everything was covered... just in case. Fearful of deviating, even a little, I wrote down questions with the exact answers I expected. This way...

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