Spring has sprung!

When students are getting antsy with the warmer weather, longer days, and just a few weeks until spring break, it’s important to remember to keep ourselves energized (sometimes AS energized as our students) to have the tools to keep up with challenges that can...

Working at what you do best

Now that we’re at least a few weeks into the school year, many of us teachers have gotten to know our students somewhat, established routines, assigned a test perhaps, and met with parents during open house. Many of us are too overwhelmed with our planning,...

Nearing the end of the school year

We’ve all been there, massive paper grading, students less than enthusiastic about learning for one more month, and deadlines to turn in grades looming. We all tell ourselves “we can do it” because in just             short days, we’ll be on...
Inaugural post

Inaugural post

April 3, 2017: My first blog post will address the question “Why did I decide to become an educational trainer?” After many years of teaching in a variety of settings (both high- and low-achieving districts, with minimal parental involvement to...