Category: Education

August 1, 2016 / / Education

Get to Inbox Zero and Declutter Your Life Last week I was on this productivity webinar with Justin Baeder, an ed leadership coach, on how to get to inbox zero. I realized then that taming the email monster was just a metaphor for…

June 19, 2016 / / Classroom

Today one in sixty-eight children is born with a form of autism. Advancements in treatment, communication strategies, activism to increase awareness and acceptance of autism, and scientific research have helped educate the public, as well as medical and educational professionals alike about autism.…

July 15, 2015 / / Education
March 8, 2015 / / Education

How can schools help parents decode the mysteries of the teenage mind? ​ Educational researchers ​Robbins and Searby (2013)​ ​found four common themes which helped schools in terms of parent involvement in the schools’ interdisciplinary teams. The teams “believe that parental involvement is…

July 24, 2014 / / Education

There are some buzzwords that are overused ad nauseum that they’ve become like sour milk that begs to be chucked. They’ve lost their original meaning and any spunk or flair has faded, like Christmas decorations that are still up in March. Here are…

March 30, 2014 / / ADHD

Why A to Z on All Things ADD/ADHD? Kimberly Gauthier, who blogs about her four dogs, canine health, and raw dog food, shared this rad blogging challenge at the Seattle Social Media Meetup. Every day in the month of April is assigned a letter which stands for…

October 29, 2013 / / Education

When you study great teachers… you will learn much more from their caring and hard work than from their style.- William Glasser Ask yourself: ‘Do I feel the need to laminate?’ Then teaching is for you.- Gordan Korman You can’t stop a teacher…

July 29, 2013 / / Education
July 4, 2013 / / Education