Let’s face it: there are way too many English, writing, and literature resources out there! (Of which, this may be one– humor, yo!). I’ve made a list here of resources that I use for English news, writing hints, and literature tips. These are the best resources. Other Cool Resources Quality Matters- offers certification and trainingContinue reading “Top 10 Teaching Resources”
15 cool prompts and phrases for creative writing
Two poems with visualizations
Are you interested in using or writing an Open Educational Resource? Do you even know what an Open Educational Resource (OER) is? Why are teachers and schools switching to OER? I believe in OER and want to help you on your journey of OER usage. Open Educational Resources, or OER, can be a variety ofContinue reading “How to make an OER.”
Why All The Stress? The current state of education for individual students: Part III In speaking with parents, one thing that astounds me is the lack of understanding of their child’s daily experiences. I frequently question the apparent lack of communication occurring at home. Are parents not asking? Are children not speaking? Who is listening?Continue reading “This is what high school is actually like.”
Adult Figure Involvement: Mentality is key Unsurprisingly, a big factor in student attitude/attainment to education is parental figure involvement (1). Parents tend to be very active in lower years (Kindergarten through grade 5), but not involved as actively as the child progresses (2). Factors that affect parental involvement include parent educational attainment, ethnicity, and perceptionContinue reading “What is education like now? Part II”
Students face mounting pressures to perform and succeed. The methods of determining this success is influx– to the detriment of students.
“Romeo is a simp”. Here is a list of funny phrases said by high school students