Providing educators and families with helpful tips and ideas on how to incorporate student-led learning to enhance your student's engagement and empowerment. I am simply sharing my journey with much-needed encouragement and resources along the way.
When I think back to the past 6 years of my teaching career, I did not personally seek out professional growth. I had monthly mandated professional development (PD), and grew how my district wanted me to grow. This is not the growth I'm talking about. It's about the growth you seek out. The content, research, books, blogs, and new ideas that you're interested in. The things that excite you and push you to do better. The films you watch over and over because they ignite a spar
It all started back in 2011. 2011 seems extremely long ago. In 2011, girls, including myself, were into fadora's, hair feathers, and the Snooki pouf. The top songs were 'Rolling in the Deep' by Adele, 'Party Rock Anthem' by LMFAO, and 'Super Bass' by Nicki Minaj. Hurricane Irene hit Texas, the Nintendo 3DS came out, and Kate Middleton and William got married. That was 2011. That was the year I job searched for my first teaching position. That was the year I used every connect