From fairy-tale weddings to Taylor Swift songs, our culture is slowly but surely molding our view of love and marriage into something that may look alluring but is actually a collecting of disappointingly untrue myths.
If you’re reading this post, I’m assuming we’re on the same page, but just in case let me start by saying that basic math skills are so important.
I’ve been getting some awesome questions for our upcoming classroom management online training event (which you can sign up for here). A question from “Brad” brought me right back to my own first year of teaching when he said his administrator wants him to be tougher, but he doesn’t know quite how to do that without being a jerk.
Whether you’re looking for your first teaching job or have you eye on that perfect position, I’ve got some inside tips that will hopefully help you land that elusive interview.
If you’ve read many of my posts, you’ve probably heard me talk about God, the Bible, and prayer. That’s because my relationship with God is one of the most important aspects of my life – so much so that it impacts everything else.
Teachers are busy.
I spent the last 5 minutes trying to think of a clever way to say that teachers are busy, but I couldn’t think of anything, so let’s just say it straight out – We are really busy!
Do your students absolutely freak out when it comes time to write?
I know firsthand how intimidating writing can be. Despite how much I love writing now, I really hated it as a kid. I remember in 4th grade I had to write a Maryland State Notebook which consisted of at least 20 paragraph essays – or, as I thought of them, 20 torture sessions. My poor mom – apparently it was a rough few weeks.
Should parents help kids with their homework? It’s a very interesting question – one I thought I knew the answer to. But now I’m not so sure.