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.
As I mentally prepare for school to start, my brain is overloaded with ideas I want to try. So many ideas, it's hard to choose. To be helpful, I'm sharing a few things I am planning on doing at the beginning of the year. I hope some of these can apply to multiple grade levels. 1. DNA (Idea from Mrs. Mac's Kinders blog :) Read here for more tips and pictures) Dreams, Needs, and Abilities (DNA) is a concept that I'm excited to do in my classroom. It not only spells out areas I
As I wrote the title, The ISTE Rollercoaster, I laughed because it's true. There are so many emotions, excitement, and learning going on that it often takes a few days or weeks to process everything that you experienced. Your emotions are high then low in a brief second. You feel dizzy from going nonstop. You also feel butterflies in your stomach and you smile so big from the excitement of connecting and learning from others. To share and process my experience, I thought I wo