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July 20, 2020 5 Historical Figures to Diversify Your Lessons

I’ve always loved history. During hard times like these, I believe we can find great encouragement by looking back on the men and women who…

July 17, 2020 Remember to Wonder

By now, you have likely heard the sad news. Joanna Cole, author of The Magic School Bus books, has died at 75. I don’t think…

July 13, 2020 Ed-vengers Assemble! Working Together this Upcoming Semester

I’ve always been a fan of superhero movies. The action, the wonder, the themes of courage, truth, and justice. What can I say, I’ve loved…

July 1, 2020 The Pointless Pachyderms of Pedagogy

I’m a sucker for puns that are, like wet paper towels, incredibly terrible. The title…

June 29, 2020 Training Time: How You Can Prepare for School This Summer

Summertime! It feels good to finally close the book on what must be one of the hardest and strangest teaching chapters in living memory. Over…

June 26, 2020 5 Ways to Encourage Student Ownership This Fall

I don’t know about you but preparing for the fall is starting to feel a lot like gearing up for the Normandy invasion. We’re making…

June 22, 2020 Take 5! Remembering to Rest and Recover

“We do not learn from experience. We learn from reflecting on experience.” – John Dewey I am not very good at resting. For me, there’s…

June 19, 2020 The Art of STEM

Some time ago, I was scrolling through social media when I came upon an interesting picture. A group of teenagers were all showing off their…