Image Credit Amanda Perez I see the light at the end of the tunnel. I’m fairly certain it is not a train. As we are coming to the end of one of the longest school-years ever, and as life is beginning to look marginally more normal, we are eager to truly return to normal. Our students are anxious to … Continue reading If I Could Turn Back Time: End of Year Time Capsule Activity
BY: LIZ JORGENSEN Are you fresh out of ideas about what to teach next to your virtual students? Are you struggling to find engaging content that is free, easily accessible, understandable to students, and in the public domain? Tired of dredging your brain and the internet for content every week to teach? Never fear, the … Continue reading Traveling the World with Podcasts: From Dollywood to Ghana to Selma and Beyond
Teacher-friend, here is my New Year’s offering to you. I've got no long lists of self-care or resolutions or easy technology tricks. I just have one thing. It's a candle for your window.
Teaching in a pandemic: It’s not pretty, but it’s pretty epic. Reframe the school year and fight. Be the hero of your own epic, nevertheless.
Correcting student writing got you down? Try some fresh assessment methods for focusing on growth in the high school English classroom.