just making a list… Read More a plan, of sorts
TL: DR Meetings with parents and guardians can be made simpler and with more care. I have more to add later: just a placeholder. https://t.co/CLWlXiJsAg — Kelly Love (@mrskellylove) January 19, 2022 A little story: Many years ago, I saw the need for an alternative to the current ASB (Associated Student Body) group. The ASB… Read More Parents & Guardians
TL:DR I am wondering if folks sometimes too narrowly focus on the one thing, instead of addressing the bigger, more challenging questions/issues. A few things I’ll weave together: Recently had an exchange about books* My older son told me about his friend who’s become an “anti-natalist.” The Venn Diagram in my mind connects in the… Read More Zealot.
Information and ideas about this text and series, and Native American Heritage Month… Read More A Girl Called Echo
Some quick ways to encourage students to find, create, and use #fanart to demonstrate love of literature and reading.… Read More Fan Art for All!
Over the decade of playing World of Warcraft ™ I’ve run across a few allusions to other works in literature, music, and the arts. For fun (!) I thought I’d do some research into how many allusions appear in Azeroth. Just the other day, I came across this: There are also numerous puns: And while… Read More The Words of Warcraft
I look under rocks so you don’t have to. If you saw what some Libertarians, White Supremacists, Trolls, write about teachers–that their jobs are ridiculous, outdated, and students can learn everything they need to know from Khan Academy and YouTube, and that our professional expertise and ability to find relevancy and context with our students,… Read More Please.
A few months ago, I made this book talk video and posted it on YouTube. I confess, I did try to find out how to pronounce words correctly, but I still goofed up. And yesterday I received an email correcting me on a few points: I added the email text to the video, and kept… Read More Grateful: Book Talk Revisited
Warning: I may swerve a little bit out of my lane today. What is the plan for next school year during the COVID19 pandemic? So, I had not heard a single plan for reopening schools that addresses the realities of both parents and teachers and also keeps kids safe. Until today. It is FAR from… Read More next year
Thank you to Larry Ferlazzo … Read More Series: White People Homework: Let’s talk (15)