Blogger Principal Rich Czyz does it again! Here's another day when he sets my writing agenda. Except, I am not going to be writing the entirety of this blog. I am going to hand it off to a guest blogger. But just to set this up, Rich wrote today about making learning authentic for students. … Continue reading How Can Students Contact Authors?
My new glasses are in the making. However, thanks to the nonsense of 2020, it's going to take a bit longer for the lenses to arrive so my optician can do his magic. Consequently, I am operating with old glasses and new vision needs. I need to pay stricter attention to the 20-20-20 rule. My … Continue reading Is it Time to Teach Tech-Usage Skills?
Mine are killing me, thank-you very much. I even made an appointment to see my eye doctor today! I suspect many teachers and students are feeling my same eye pain, and some other ailments, given the new world of remote learning. And there are several reasons why. When the March 2020 quarantine arrived, the focus … Continue reading How Do Your Eyes Feel?
If there has been a constant in my life, it has been children and education. I began baby-sitting at the age of 12; started working as an arts and crafts instructor at 14, and in high school became president of my high school’s chapter of Future Teachers of America (FTA). Our district’s FTA club provided … Continue reading Some Perspective