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How Teacher Leadership Reignited my Passion for the Classroom

I spent most of my spare time in the spring of 2014 looking for a way out. I had been teaching 8th grade for 8 years, and was feeling restless. I Googled all variations of “what to do with a master’s in education outside the classroom” I could think of. My husband and I went […]

How Apps Can Help Update Your Classroom

Since I began teaching high school mathematics in 2005, I have witnessed a huge increase in the availability of technological resources for educators. Admittedly, it can be a daunting task to keep up with the latest apps and digital learning strategies. However, every year, I have noticed more schools providing computer resources and teachers embracing […]

Student-Centered Classroom: Voice = Choice

Fifteen years of teaching students with disabilities taught me that choice is power. It doesn’t matter if the student is verbal or non-verbal, able or exceptional, choice equals voice. Whoever holds the power to choose, holds the power to change. From a behavioral standpoint, that is the precept of learning: change. With the full implementation of […]