Educational Breakdown of Betsy DeVos, 98% Political Opinion Free

Betsy DeVos. I don’t care about her political opinions or political affiliations. I don’t care about what she has done in her past. I don’t care about her family. I don’t care where she’s from or where she went to school. I don’t care where her kids went to school. What I care about is … Continue reading Educational Breakdown of Betsy DeVos, 98% Political Opinion Free

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18 Shameless Teacher Confessions All Teachers Will Understand

We are teachers and we are not perfect human beings, although we are sometimes viewed as so. Life is not always sunshine and roses. In fact, most of us have some pretty big teacher confessions. Here are mine: I see you picking your nose. You’re not hiding it. And yes, I have said this to high … Continue reading 18 Shameless Teacher Confessions All Teachers Will Understand

“For The Kid Who. . .” How to Help ALL Students In Your Class

Whether you are a special education teacher, a general education teacher, a soon-to-be teacher or an instructional aide, chances are that you will teach a student with special needs. Chances are also, that you’re going to teach a student with special needs that you don’t know how to help - some students flat-out confuse and … Continue reading “For The Kid Who. . .” How to Help ALL Students In Your Class

3 Ways to Simplify your Paper Flow in the Classroom

Hello friends, and happy snow day to my fellow Virginians! I really wanted to do this post recently. Many of my friends from Longwood, and people from many other colleges, start student teaching either this month or next. I felt pretty prepared for student teaching. I had pencils, a cute little bag, plenty of pencil … Continue reading 3 Ways to Simplify your Paper Flow in the Classroom