Working with others

I have loved the teaching community. It’s so different than any other community I’ve ever been a part of. They are so kind and so protective of each other, and I love learning and gleaning information and ideas from them. I also love collaborating with them! I recently was interviewed by the assistant principal of the year in my area, and it was such a wonderful experience! Here’s the link, give a listen and a like! http://yearofapingdangerously.buzzsprout.com/439012/1958389-010-live-pd-remote?play=true Continue reading Working with others

Keeping your home life while engaging student life…

One of the most difficult parts of beginning to teach is taking extra responsibilities without losing any of the former ones. I am a wife, a student, and a teacher. The former for only two years thus far and the latter in the past 6 months. We also just moved into the area a year ago, so everything is new at this stage of life. I know that other people have way more on their plate, and I’m not discrediting that. I’m just saying that balancing everything can get overwhelming. I tried keeping a planner… it’s still stuck on August … Continue reading Keeping your home life while engaging student life…