“chief learner”

Tipi and Slice of Life Tuesday – No Grades

Today, to be honest, I should not be blogging. I should be finishing my grades for quarter 3, which are due any day now. (Like tomorrow, but I am having a hard time admitting that!) After a month of blogging daily in March, I am relieved and excited to join the only-once-a-week Tuesday Slice of Life… Read more Tipi and Slice of Life Tuesday – No Grades

Day 29 – #AprilBlogADay – My History of Learning

Your History of Learning – What have been your greatest learning experiences? (I’m going to tweak this a bit. I’ve learned some valuable lessons, but they’ve happened over a lifetime, not just experiences I can name.) Two more days of #AprilBlogADay. I’m making it! I really didn’t think I would do it every single day in April!… Read more Day 29 – #AprilBlogADay – My History of Learning

Day 27 – #AprilBlogADay – Letting Go

How to Build a More Powerful Classroom by Letting Go I don’t understand fully what happened to me when I became a connected educator. That’s when it started, though. That’s when my classroom became more powerful. That’s when I began to let go. I became the chief learner. When I started that journey as a reflective… Read more Day 27 – #AprilBlogADay – Letting Go

Day 9 – #AprilBlogADay – Advice

What would you say to your beginning teacher-self? I would give two pieces of advice to my beginning teacher-self. Don’t be such a know-it-all. You don’t know anything, really. It’s OK to not know. It’s OK to admit your ignorance. It’s OK to have questions. In fact, you will not begin to succeed until you become… Read more Day 9 – #AprilBlogADay – Advice