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Airplane Stacking

Last week, I was in an online Professional Learning Community (PLC) training when I saw it happen again. Immediately, it reminded me of two fond memories, and one powerful takeaway that you can use in your spaces right now. Throughout my PLC Google Meet session, the activators [formerly-known-as-facilitators] surveyed the Read more…

Management: Classrooms vs Specials

So far, I’ve served in two different roles. After teaching fifth grade math and science for fourteen years, I’m in my third year as a STEM Specialist. While both are dream positions, they’re very different from each other. In previous blogs, I’ve enjoyed highlighting many aspects along my journey. In Read more…

Teaching On A Cart: 360°

For thirteen years, I was in my box. Literally, in the rectangular prism classroom, every inch was dedicated to fifth graders mastering math and science objectives. Unfortunately, my mental approach was somewhat in a box, too. The classroom was a safe place for specifically planned events to occur year after Read more…