Give Them Confidence

Sometimes I wish that I could take the confidence I have in myself to do academic work, bottle it up in over a hundred mini capsules and just give it to my learners to drink, mix into their food or even spray it on like a perfume or cologne. That is my greatest challenge in... Continue Reading →

Raising Standards Through Collaboration

This week I had the opportunity to do something great! I was asked to present to a global audience on an important topic that will probably stand the test of time. I am sharing my slides with you because I want this to echo to as many people as possible. Collaboration in all its forms... Continue Reading →

I could use something sweet

This past week I have been really craving a lot of sweetness. I am a born again sucker for anything sweet to tickle my taste buds and touch my heart. Don't get me wrong, a good salty treat is good for the soul now and again but a girl's got preferences. If you think I... Continue Reading →

Experiencing Burnout

I am about to start the second quarter of my job of being a teacher. How exciting and scary it all is. Exciting because I really enjoy teaching and seeing lightbulbs turn on with each student that I teach. Scary because the second term is short and consists of an exam period that I need... Continue Reading →

Teacher Means Parent-adjacent

I probably abuse the word 'adjacent' way too much in my day-to-day life. A lot of the time I am just trying to be funny, but when you think about it, it really does make sense. Outside of family, teachers really do become like "deputy parents" in a child's life. We, ourselves, even go as... Continue Reading →

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