Creativity

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May 7, 2021 Celebrating Teachers of Excellence

I probably don’t have to tell you this, but teaching is hard. The amount of responsibility placed on educators can be overwhelming at times. You…

April 28, 2021 Why and Why Not: Two Questions at the Heart of Education

During World War I, the death rate from bacterial pneumonia was 18%. In World War II, that number fell to less than 1%,…

April 5, 2021 5 Ways to Celebrate Your Library

I love going to the library. I don’t care if that statement makes me sound like a nerd, it is unabashedly true. Even as a…

March 29, 2021 Three Ways to Make Your Classroom Environmentally Conscious

I have always loved the ocean. In elementary school, I attended a trip to the Shedd Aquarium and was absolutely mesmerized by the aquatic life…

March 22, 2021 Of Science and Stories

Have you ever heard the story of The Ant and the Grasshopper? As the fable goes, the Ant works throughout the summer to store up…

March 15, 2021 5 Types of Books for Your Classroom

March is National Reading Month, which for a bookworm like me is always exciting. There’s nothing I love more than sharing the latest books which…

March 12, 2021 Using Poetry to Teach Women’s History Month

One of my favorite poems is, Still I Rise by Maya Angelou. “You may write me down in history With your…

March 1, 2021 Finding Empowerment: A Lesson from a Messy Kitchen

Before the pandemic, our family had a rule: if you cooked, someone else cleaned. But, during this time working from home, many of us have…