Whether you’re in need of a spark, a glimpse of hope, or a reminder of why we give ourselves to this work, this blog will meet you there with practical ideas, creative solutions, and stories to sustain us. 

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Teaching is complex work and doing it with deliberateness takes care. When we open our practice, we open potential. This honest, and vulnerable blog will tackle our most attentive topics.

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Becoming better is the messiest work. It’s uncertain and humbling, even raw. But it’s also hopeful and affirming when we discover that the smallest moments accumulate into the most significant change. Here’s to wondering about the small moments throughout this mini-blog.

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Facetime Teaching

the ASK: I often wonder how to minimize the effects of being gone from class when I travel to work with teachers in other places. Here’s an experiment! the TRY: Using FaceTime and some devices, I’ve found a way to still teach from the road. Ahead of time, I arrange...

Audience is Everything: Teaching our Parents

the ASK: I know that audience is everything when comes to writing or creating, so I was curious about how to create an accessible, authentic audience for students’ hubris extended definitions.  the TRY: Ask students to consider not just explaining hubris, but teach it...

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