If I had to pick one thing that makes the biggest difference in the quality of any person’s education, the quality of their life, really,
Moran, K. (2020, March 17). This Principal’s List of Things to Do During COVID Closures Is Going Viral for All the Right Reasons. Retrieved March 27, 2020.
Kim Jones McClelland, a principal in our Principal Life group on Facebook, shared teacher Wade Whitehead’s brilliant ideas for things to do during COVID closures
With nationwide school closures in effect, many households have become unplanned home schools, and parents have become teachers, with all of the responsibilities that go
In my mindful mornings group, we do meditations, grounding exercises, art activities, yoga, and nature connection activities. I like to do a wide variety of
Brown, L. S. (2020, March 18). Students’ Journals Could Be ‘Primary Sources’. Retrieved March 27, 2020.
Students are living through a rapidly evolving, historical moment, according to Lauren Brown, an eighth-grade US history teacher. In this article, Brown suggests teachers encourage
Last week, I posted a blog post about a HOPE-informed approach to the restrictions from COVID-19. Since then, I’ve been thinking about one of the
Easley, K. (2020, March 17). I’ve Been Teaching Online for Years. Here’s How to Prevent Burnout During a School Closure. Retrieved March 27, 2020.
Yes, it is possible to experience burnout while teaching online. With the current surge in schools turning to the web to keep instruction going while
Benn, G. A. (2020, March). Seven Ways to Make High School “Suck” Less. The Empowered Student. Engaging Every Reader, 15(12). Retrieved March 27, 2020.
By giving students more paths for expression and creativity, we can make school relevant to their lives.
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Sparks, S. D. (2019, August 7). National Study Bolsters Case for Teaching ‘Growth Mindset’. Retrieved March 11, 2020.
Any student’s self-confidence can take a hit at the start of high school. Yet giving students even a brief opportunity to understand and reflect on