- May 5, 2020
Finding Comfort in the Familiar
There’s comfort in the familiar: familiar faces, familiar places, familiar experiences. The challenge to find familiar during this period...
- Apr 17, 2020
Growing My Teaching Practice Through Professional Learning-- Social Distancing Style!
Along with all of the challenges of social distancing, I found one unexpected and exciting benefit: the appearance of new, virtual...
- Apr 13, 2020
Beyond the Book Ideas
Reading. The enjoyment of reading is not about finding the main idea or answering questions about the details in the text. It’s about...
- Apr 1, 2020
Staying Busy- Beyond School and Academics
Katie Egan Cunningham was one of the first people to post sample home schedules to help us maintain some semblance of structure and...
- Mar 27, 2020
A Parent Coach's Perspective on Handling Anxiety During School Closures
How can we get through this? As a licensed clinical social worker and a parent coach I am receiving a lot of questions about what to do,...
- Mar 26, 2020
At Home Independent Genre Study: A Reading Voyage
Fantasy, sci-fi, dystopian, memoir, realistic fiction, graphic novels, comic strips, cookbooks…. the types of texts are endless! During...
- Mar 25, 2020
Navigating ALL The Resources
I trust we all love Ferris Bueller and remember the “life moves pretty fast” advice? Well, there’s no doubt that right now, life is...
- Mar 23, 2020
Playful Math Practice (at Home)
We play many different roles throughout our day - spouse, parent, employee, friend. Each of our roles are generally defined by our...
- Mar 20, 2020
What Can Coaches Do During School Closures?
Instructional coaches thrive on supporting colleagues, students, and community members. As schools transition to online learning and home...
- Mar 19, 2020
Making MY Plan: Self-Care During School Closings
Like many others, my mind has been preoccupied with thoughts of the children in my home, my extended family, students near and far,...