May is the ‘winner’ of the busiest month award for everyone in the education world as far as I’m concerned. So, how do we mange this? How do we push through to the end of the year as to not limp across the finish line, but to run all the way through it?
Read more "Leave a great LAST impression: How to run through the finish line at the end of the school year"
We are now role modeling for young men (and old) that you can speak at a female voice in any manner whatsoever and she will immediately respond to your request regardless of how speak to her! NOT OK… We have plenty of young men who already have enough poor role modeling of how to treat women in their lives, we don’t need an AI to help with that cause.
Read more "“Alexa… please stop allowing bad role modeling and stereotyping women!”"
When I recently asked my wife if I talk too much or if I’m becoming “that person” (you know that person, AKA: The human rain delay) she said “Yeah, sometimes.” (that’s why I love her, really) So what I’m about to write and try to do is going to be a struggle.
Read more "One simple goal for the 2017-2018 School year: Avoid being a human rain delay!"
He literally said “I will NOT talk to THOSE people!” My response was one of dismay and I said something like “What the heck (um, not heck) man?! I AM one of the THOSE people and what do you mean?” He then proceeded to GO OFF about us (teachers) as audience members…
Read more "“I will NOT talk to THOSE people.” AKA: The world’s WORST audience members of all time!"
This past week I had the opportunity to present four education sessions at the MTA (Massachusetts Teachers Association) summer conference at UMASS in Amherst, MA. When I present at conferences I try to stick to themes and ideas and create ‘what can teachers/administrators use immediately’ types of sessions. I know as an educator, those types of sessions, articles and […]
Read more "I’m sick of theory too!"
Tomorrow I am presenting at a New Hampshire teachers conference in Concord, NH. I have been prepping for this event and I am thrilled to be able to be there. Also, I am working toward my professional development goals and it has made me really be reflective about my PD (professional development) and what I […]
Read more "Poke Me In the Eye, Right Now!"