Mind The Gap As we go into next week, I felt compelled to share this energy-preserving teaching strategy that has saved me my sanity and preserved my energy. It's super simple: Create a gap space between classes, especially when they are back-to-back. We get so carried away wanting to instruct to the very last minute… Continue reading Mind The Gap: An Energy-preserving Teaching Strategy for Virtual Learning & Beyond!
Ready to Work! Last week was my first week of school and I thought it was going to end up much like the picture below. I had heard the stories, seen the posts, read the vents along with the parade of retirement announcements. To quote Gloria Gaynor, at first I was afraid, I was petrified… Continue reading Virtual Reality Survivor’s Guide To Teaching Remote!
(Jump to the bottom of the page to see the second installment) I will use this space to share my approach to our Frida unit during remote learning. I will update this blog with activities every week until the unit has concluded. To get these updates, you can follow this blog, or follow me on… Continue reading Fridalicious: Spanish Mini-unit On The Art and Life of Frida Kahlo
Check out this webinar on Youtube! More examples!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ulVtZAIK9c Before we get started, please pat yourself on the back because you are an awesome educator who curated resources, transformed your house into a learning center for your kids and someone's in a matter of days. With regards to remote learning, I have realized that we are… Continue reading Remote Learning Crisis-Response Toolbox: Teachers Are The True Heroes in This Story!