It has taken me a while to formulate what I wish to say to you all. Even now, I am not sure if I will say all the right words to show you what I am feeling, but here it goes.
Being thrown into online teaching had its challenges. But, one of the good things was I didn't have time to overthink, I had to just do. Now that the school year is winding down, I want to reflect on some of the lessons I learned about myself, my students, and my community during this unprecedented time.
The Pros and Cons to self-paced learning while virtual teaching.
I am not Wonder Woman, I cannot do it all. And that's ok!
Do any Google search and you can find a million self-care tips and tricks to take part in during our time of "safer at home." I wanted to share with you some of the things I have done to support my social and emotional health.
It has officially been a week since I started working from home. Here are a few tips and tricks I have learned so far.
It is important to count the small victories in times like these. I know that as a teacher I really miss my kiddos. I pour my heart and soul into this job and I care deeply about their well being. If they can get some sense of happiness, ease, or enjoyment from my classes while we are apart, then I know I am doing the best I can.
Conflict is going to happen, but when one or more of your household is stuck at home, it can be a powder keg for issues to arise. Here are some of my thoughts on how to avoid a conflict turning into a fight.
This may be a time of adversity for us, but that doesn't mean it can't also be beautiful.
My Quarantine Routine!