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Trade Days

I’ve been thinking on this for about a decade. Educators need professional learning opportunities to become better. We need to learn from each other. Together, we’re striving to make teaching and learning better for all. Well into 2019, I’m still fascinated by a few things that haven’t happened in education. 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…


Making Professional Learning Better: REDOing Webinars

Getting the most out of our professional learning matters because schools are shelling out time, money, and resources for their educators to get better in their practice, and, ultimately, to make teaching and learning better for kids. But are we getting–at least–a fair return on our investments? We’ve all been Read more…


Top 5 #HamstraHighlights of 2018

Reflection through blogging has been the best thing I’ve ever done in my career. To those who encouraged me to start my own professional portfolio, THANK YOU. Near and far, my network is strong. That doesn’t necessarily mean the quantity is prioritized, but rather that the quality of my human Read more…