A Happy Girl’s Year of Grief-
I do not like being sad. I don’t like talking about sad things. I am not generally gloomy or depressed, and except for bouts of anxiety (easily explained as impatience) my general tendency is to exist an arms-length from misadventure, misery, and all things melancholy…7
Earth Day in the Classroom-
Every year on April 22, we celebrate Earth Day. Earth Day is the largest nonsecular holiday, celebrated by 1 billion people across 190 countries. The theme of this year’s Earth Day is “Invest in Our Planet”. What does it mean to invest in our planet, you may ask?
Mr. Hill Made a Difference-
“‘That’s the ignorance of youth and the wisdom of age — when you look back on it you say, ‘How did I get here? How did I make it?’ Because people helped you, whether you knew it or not,'” Weaver said in a 2017 interview.”…
The Joy of Teaching-
One of the most exciting things about education is it doesn’t cost a lot to redirect the course of a child’s life. In the story of Erin Gruwell, Miss Gruwell purchases 150 copies of The Diary of Anne Frank and invests in her students and changes their lives.
Education is Freedom-
Education is powerful. It has the ability to right a wrong. It can shed light in an area where there is darkness and it has the power to change the future.
Great Summer Reads for Teachers-
I’ve always been an avid reader. I started in 7th grade when my sister was reading The Chronicles of Narnia.…