Tuesday, June 25, 2019

The Uncomfortable Truth

Some of us are fortunate enough to have had our lives built around comfort, and it’s great. Our homes full of appliances and sleep...

Join & Search the Klein ISD Twitter Index

I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but we’ve been pushing Twitter pretty heavily for the past year or so. Honestly, how could you not...

The Power of Circles

Who would have thought an Elmo doll would make us this vulnerable? My first experience with restorative circles was the day our staff came...

Every Student Learns

One of the most furtively close-minded phrases I have heard in my years as an educator is a school negatively described as having “changing...

Teacher Tech Tip

Your course pic in Schoology is the first thing your students will see when clicking on Courses. Whether you have your classes linked all...

C-Span Resources for Your Classroom

  Written by Evangeline Mitchell Over the summer, I was honored to be invited to attend the C-Span Middle School conference in Washington, DC to learn about...

Blended Learning

As a veteran teacher, I am always looking for a way to adapt my lesson plans to help my students be successful. When I...

Teaching Like a Coach: What We Can Learn from Our Whistle-Wearing...

As a former athlete and coach, I follow a lot of coaches and athletes on Twitter and other outlets. Scrolling through my phone a...

Personalized Learning Pathways

  “Personalized Learning is considering the interests of your students, giving them choice in their learning, and meeting them where they’re at-academically and personally.”...

Activating Prior Knowledge for Reading Engagement

My love of reading comes from being able to relate to the characters. When my teacher read A Chair for my Mother, Rosa's situation...

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