Not sure about you but after the last few years I have massive tech fatigue? I can't learn a new platform, even if it seems amazing. Am planning on keeping it simple this year. Feel like less (complicated) is more, given what we are all up against. If it is not easy to learn/intuitive (for… Continue reading 8 or so Teaching Apps or Websites Worth Using Now
Whether or not you agree with it, destreaming is here. Read this blog to understand what this means and how you can go about teaching to a class of diverse learners, at different levels.
Getting inventory You can of course buy them yourself but first… Start with your department or board (literacy consultants if you have them). Perhaps there is money earmarked for new books, or initiatives (equity or those for struggling readers). Talk to your principal or department head. I agreed to spearhead a research driven initiative to… Continue reading Finding Books for Your in Class Library
It's labour day weekend and evey year I decline invitations and choose to stay home to do nothing. I know the weekend before school starts is going to be filled with nervousness and angst. Even though I have been teaching for 15 years & even though I normally have at least the first week all… Continue reading Returning to School, the Labour Day weekend Angst
Looking for resources to support your students learning or resources to help teach your own kids here is a great list of online resources. This list (which is in no way exhaustive) will be updated regularly. If you have a suggestion of a good resource to add please email your suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org. Updated: 18/01/2021… Continue reading eLearning/Remote Learning/Homeschooling Online Resources K-12, all subjects