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Are you scrambling for the perfect digital resources? If you know me, you know I’m a HUGE fan of technology, but I love the good old-fashioned activities, as well. The classroom has changed dramatically in a very short amount of time. It’s left a lot of us overwhelmed, confused, and scrambling for resources.
The good news is, you don’t have to change overnight. You can still use those tried and true resources that your students love AND you can use them in the digital world. Click here to get started and end that agonizing resource scramble.
Do you feel like you don’t understand your students anymore? You are NOT alone. It’s no wonder this generation seems alien to us Boomers, Xers, and Millennials. We’ve experienced a rapid and massive shift in our society. The Industrial world we were trained to live in doesn’t exist anymore, and our students, these mysterious Gen Zers, have caught on. They aren’t preparing to work at “traditional” jobs. They’re planning to be (or already are) entrepreneurs and innovators.
If we’re going to capture their attention, we need to meet them in their world. This is a world that prizes creativity over rote learning and innovation over status quo. They want to learn–they just don’t see the value in doing it the old way. Understanding them is the key to reaching them. Click below to find out how.
Teaching is my passion, and I want to make sure it stays your passion, too. It’s no doubt a tough job–that’s why so many teachers get burned out. I don’t want that to happen to you for one simple reason. Your students need YOU.
That’s why I want to help make your journey a little bit easier with classroom-tested tips, strategies, and resources. And I want to give you time to remember that no one else can offer your students what you can.
Distance learning has caught us off-guard, and even if our schools are 1:1, we’ve found ourselves unprepared for this. It
Over the past few months, we’ve been discussing Baby Steps to Personalized Learning. I genuinely believe that personalized learning is