When Students Become the Teachers

For some additional graduate level credits and CEUS this year, I am taking a class called SEED offered through my district. We meet once a month, talk about equity and education topics, and rotate each month who teaches. My group was up this month, and our goal, which I think we achieved, was to offer... Continue Reading →

This One is For My Teacher Friends:

I am allocating portions of my summer to prepare for a role change at my school next year. (Don't be too impressed; I get some compensation). I am going to be a Reading Teacher for students who need reading intervention support. In preparation for this, I am consulting different best practices and reading for my... Continue Reading →

Citizen by Claudia Rankine

This weekend, I finished reading a good book. This book can also be seen as a good poem, based on the way it is written. Good? As in, makes you think. Speaks truth. Halts your relative acceptance that the world could be better and forces you to engage in the conversation and the practicing of, in fact, making the... Continue Reading →

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