Why am I using WordPress? I have had two websites in the past, Weebly and Google sites. Both websites we’re trash! I felt as though the previous websites we’re … Continue reading WordPress?
I recently went back to school and pursuit of my Master’s. In the first series of classes that I’m taking, I’m learning that there is a that there are different … Continue reading Guidance: None at All, Minimal or Enough for The Desired Educational Outcome?
I recently did a resume project with my seniors. We watched videos we looked at resumes, and when they turned into final product I was embarrassed to say the least. … Continue reading Your Resume Your Voice
Texas is suffering from a massive winter weather system and also a lack of power. People have died, and many people are without water for drinking and basic needs. People … Continue reading Do We Understand That Students Have A Life Outside of School?
As my children are entrenched in their teenage years, I’ve noticed that they don’t like to eat well balanced meals. In general their plates tend to be loaded down with … Continue reading A Well Balanced Diet
Teachers need to dream big and chase the dream, all while having a laser type focus on what their specific clientele needs. THE NEEDS OF THE STUDENT SHOULD BE THE … Continue reading Cooking Oil vs. Car Oil: Don’t Mistake One For the Other
Does a one size fits all approach work in education? As I watched the video on Progressive education from the 1940s, I saw good ideas. This video is proof that … Continue reading Progressive Education or Specificity?
According to Miller and Morgaine, “e-portfolios provide a rich resource for both students and faculty to learn about achievement of important outcomes over time….” (2009) They point to the fact … Continue reading Do I Really Need A Portfolio?
I’ve never had a desire to pursue any education above my teaching credential. It was not until very recently that I decided to get my Master’s Degree. What would lead … Continue reading COVA and Control: One Teacher’s Journey as a Student
I’m not a surfer by any means, and I don’t live that stereotypical California beach lifestyle. However, my family and I often make trips to the beautiful beaches that Southern … Continue reading Disruptive Innovation: Do We Boogie Board or Surf?