Student-Centered Mentoring Blog: My Reflection
Some tips for teachers and parents for helping each other and students with the “hard” stressors. I was having a conversation with one of my best friends recently about her child and middle school. As we talked through her experiences,… Read More »Supporting Others Through Their Stress
How many of you were thinking you should have done one more task before leaving school recently? Or, felt like you should have done more work while at home over the weekend? Whether school-related or personal, I’m guilty of feeling… Read More »Supporting Teachers During ALL Times!
Tips for New Teachers, Mentors, and ALL Teachers A new school year is coming soon for many students and teachers as August and September are quickly approaching. Excitement, curiosity, apprehension, and concern are just some of the emotions I hear… Read More »The Hope for a Normal School Year
I just recently finished teaching my first college course and loved it. Why? It wasn’t just one person or thing that made me enjoy it. There were many. The students – prospective educators who were passionate about becoming teachers –… Read More »It’s the Little Things That Can Make a Big Impact
Are you Team Turkey or Team Santa? Some have already started putting up their Christmas decorations-even weeks ago. I did reward some of my editing work by putting up my Christmas village in my office. It is the first time… Read More »Perception of Team Turkey or Team Santa