It’s not a secret that teaching today is much harder than it was 10, 20, or 30 years ago. Not only have the students and what it takes to spark and maintain interest and attention completely changed, but so has the political climate. And that means what was once a […]
Much like cell phones and other pieces of technology we use in our everyday lives, we have become drug-like dependent on it.
Ask me how virtual learning went for my 3 kids, and I’ll sum it up in one word: SHITSHOW. (Or is that two words? Doesn’t matter, it’s terrible either way.) Have you ever tried working from home full time while navigating Seesaw and Google Classroom and forcing your kindergartner to […]
I don’t miss painstakingly cutting crusts pre-coffee, but I do miss writing love notes on their lunch napkins.
Yes, my children are in a pod. A pod not every parent can afford, but a pod that is best for my children, who are Black. So take your judgment elsewhere.
Look, nothing about virtual learning is easy but at least we can enjoy a few good laughs like this one between all the bouts of crying.
What would a report card from The School of Life look like for me?
7.1 million students, ages 3-21, receive special education services in the United States.