- May 21, 2020
Revising What Self-Care Looks Like and Means to Me
On March 19th, Making MY Plan: Self-Care During School Closings was posted. I knew that my educating and caregiving instincts were...
- Apr 7, 2020
Distance Learning with Fun and Purpose In Mind
Each day, I am in awe of the generosity, support, and love that educators, authors, librarians, and good people from all corners of our...
- 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 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,...
- Dec 11, 2019
Infusing Grammar Study Throughout a Unit
Conventions aren’t icing and confetti sprinkles we apply to a piece of writing as a final flourish. Conventions are baked into the cake!...
- Sep 4, 2018
Three Strategies to Make the Most of Your Math Planning Time
I can still remember planning a math lesson after school during my second year teaching. I turned to look out the window, hoping to get a...
- Nov 6, 2017
The heart of teaching literacy is this: to support learners as they become passionate, engaged, skillful readers and writers. That is it....