I really tried.
Maybe there is something wrong with me. READ MORE…
Year after year, I have tried to find a way to make my conferences more productive. I had attempted to find a way to share information with my parents so they had a clear understanding of where their child is. I had always felt frustrated, when after a parent had gone , and I would think, “Oh, I forgot to tell her/him….” READ MORE
This year, Monday and Tuesday were designated as Parent-Teacher Conference Days. If you didn’t get a large turnout, you had some down time. What’s a teacher to do?
If you look at PD days that are scheduled throughout the school year, you would be under the impression that teachers did not have a clue with what to do with “free” time. We are treated like children, and every single second of the day is booked. There is no “free” time given to the teacher, as if without the PD Agenda, our day would be a complete waste of time.Which is funny, because I feel like that at times, even with an agenda. READ MORE
I was talking to my lil sis the other night, and she told me about an incident she had with my nephew’s teacher. Keep in mind two things. One, my nephew is a senior in high school. Two, he is a teacher’s dream.:) READ MORE
Seeing as how SlideRocket is closing down, and I was presenting Skype in the Classroom at a tech conference, I decided to update my little presentation. Words of wisdom, take advantage of the Skype in the classroom site, it offers amazing opportunities for your students to engage in some “real world” learning!! READ MORE…
Usually, I take this “education thing” in stride. I deal with the every day ins and outs, trying to avoid as much stress as possible. But the other day, grrrrrrrr….I was so frustrated! I can notdo this education thing by myself! I need this to be understood.READ MORE…