I ❤️ ClassTag because... Parent & Family engagement is more important now than it ever has been before. With schools opening back up to students and families, as educators, we need to ensure that we are keeping our families in the loop. During the pandemic, families had no choice but to dig in often as … Continue reading I ❤️ ClassTag Because…
Call me cray cray 😜! The teachers at my school know I can be a little cray cray about my passion—teaching, learning and coaching. But it’s all good! I 💜 what I do! One of my many joys in education is hosting an annual book study at my school. I pull out the bells and … Continue reading Teaching Writing in Small Groups Book Study!
This is my it’s okay, Nita face. 😜 I had some unrealistic goals set for myself yesterday. I wanted to finish 20 feedback forms for teachers in 4 hours. 🙂🙃 Backstory:If you haven’t been watching my stories here’s the deal. I’ve been training part of last year and all this year on the F&P Benchmark … Continue reading Are You Crushing Your Goals?
Happy Numbers is a mathematical is a supplemental curriculum that helps to build and teach mathematical skills to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. You can use it in small groups, during math lessons, at home learning or also in a virtual setting. Due to the fact that I am an Instructional Coach and not … Continue reading Happy Numbers makes me Happy!
Yes, we can teach standards with mentor texts. Of course, please, align them and use them purposefully and intentionally in your planning. You know, I’m an instructional coach so, I’m like, yes, do that. [continue reading] However, use of mentor texts like picture books (at any level), poetry, essays, excerpts of essays, multimedia sources, speeches, … Continue reading What are you truly using mentor texts for?