In 2019 I've learned a lot about my #OneWord, which was #Share. I've learned when, what, where, and how to #share so my message is heard and received with love.
They're trendy. They're controversial. But what does it mean to have a space in your room for kids to "calm down"?
What happens when we stop pushing and pulling our kids to do what we want with extrinsic rewards and punishments?
To the moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, aunts, uncles, guardians, foster parents, and everyone who takes on the task of raising the former, present, and future students in my classroom.
The Teach Like a Champion philosophies work in any classroom, whether you're teaching reading, writing, math and science, or music, art and PE.
The Solstice is the beginning of a season but also the beginning of that season's end. What seasons are beginning and ending in your teaching?
The first step to respond to challenging behavior has nothing to do with the student. It starts with me.
Do you have a manifesto? Image by Jae Rue from Pixabay It's not a question we think about often. But it's an important one. What is a manifesto? The word might invoke thoughts of pirates, politicians, and famous speakers. Manifesto to you might mean Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech or Karl Marx's writings. Miriam-Webster... Continue Reading →