My Goals #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: Goals? Short and Long-Term? My freshman English Continue reading My Goals #Aprilblogaday

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

Healthy Competition – When is Enough, Enough

“The moment of victory is much too short to live for that and nothing else.” Martina Navratilova I am participating in the #AprilBlogADay challenge. The prompts are provided by Meredith Towne (@BklynMeredith) a teacher in Brooklyn, NY. Today I am Continue reading Healthy Competition – When is Enough, Enough

Learning from Students

It’s a mistake, when life hands you a tough lesson, to think that you can get back at life by not learning it. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com I am participating in the #AprilBlogADay challenge. The prompts are provided by Meredith Towne Continue reading Learning from Students

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

Exercise Your Mind–Read

“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” – Joseph Addison As I have grown older, the changes in my body have led me to recognize the need to engage in regular exercise. I joined a gym Continue reading Exercise Your Mind–Read