Creativity

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September 6, 2021 It All Starts by Loving Learning

I have a deep love of learning. There’s nothing I enjoy more than discovering some new historical hero or diving headfirst into a great work…

August 30, 2021 Building Classroom Community

In many schools, the first few days tend to follow a familiar pattern. Students arrive at school in the morning and shyly make their way…

August 27, 2021 Don’t Neglect Your Classroom Library

Where did the summer go? Seriously, it seems like only yesterday that everyone was getting ready for the summer months. Like many educators, I was…

July 16, 2021 How Project-Based Learning Can Teach Empathy

Right now, many of us are living in a place of transition. After almost a year trapped indoors, the Coronavirus appears to finally be receding.…

July 12, 2021 5 Teaching Lessons from Hamilton

By now you’ve almost certainly heard of Hamilton: An American Musical, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s retelling of our nation’s “10-dollar founding father,” Alexander Hamilton. With a multi-racial…

June 21, 2021 Remembering Eric Carle

As a kindergarten teacher, I have a great love for picture books. I built my classroom library around a wide…

May 17, 2021 The Great Outdoors: Activities to End the School Year Strong

The other day I noticed a pair of cardinals outside my window. It was a male and a female. Both had twinges in their beaks,…

May 14, 2021 5 (More) Asian Americans who Changed the World

Last year, I wrote a blog which highlighted 5 Asian Americans who changed the world. It was my way of recognizing Asian…