Winning With Technology #Aprilblogaday

This month, I have decided to participate in the #Aprilblogaday challenge. To help with topics, I am using the prompts provided by Meredith Towne (@BklynMeredith) a teacher in Brooklyn, NY. Today’s prompt is: Teaching Win: Where have you grown the most Continue reading Winning With Technology #Aprilblogaday

#AprilBlogADay Challenge – Lessons Learned

I participated in the #AprilBlogADay challenge. The prompts were provided by Meredith Towne (@BklynMeredith) a teacher in Brooklyn, NY. Yesterday’s suggested topic was: Take Aways: New thinking about yourself and/or your craft after completing the April Blog A Day Challenge. The Continue reading #AprilBlogADay Challenge – Lessons Learned

Favorite Units of Study

“Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try” – Dr. Seuss I am participating in the #AprilBlogADay challenge. The prompts are provided by Meredith Towne (@BklynMeredith) Continue reading Favorite Units of Study

The Best Part of Teacher Training – Sr. Eileen Rice

“Life is 10% what happens to you, and 90% how you react to it.“-Charles Swindoll I have seen this quote attributed to everyone from Lou Holtz to Dale Carnegie. The most frequent attribution is Swindoll. I use it here because Continue reading The Best Part of Teacher Training – Sr. Eileen Rice

Teaching and Winning

“A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.” -Brad Henry I am participating in the #AprilBlogADay challenge. The prompts are provided by Meredith Towne (@BklynMeredith) a teacher in Brooklyn, NY. Today’s prompt is: Continue reading Teaching and Winning

Why I am an Educator

“Thank you for caring Mr. Daly.” -anonymous 5th grade student Today was one of those days. One of those days when you wonder whether you are making a difference. One of those days when you feel like no one is Continue reading Why I am an Educator

Ending Bedtime Chaos

“Without enough sleep, we all become tall two-year-olds.” -JoJo Jensen Ever since our three-year-old, Alexa, moved from the crib to a bed our nightly bed time routines have been chaotic. Despite our best intentions, bedtime has been a big struggle. Continue reading Ending Bedtime Chaos

Celebrating Students

“Celebrate good times. Come on” Kool & The Gang I am participating in the #AprilBlogADay challenge. The prompts are provided by Meredith Towne (@BklynMeredith)  a teacher in Brooklyn, NY. Today’s prompt is “Celebrations: How do you bring celebrations into your Continue reading Celebrating Students