Tag: #K-12

We Can Wednesday with TWO RULES (2)

Rumor Has It I don’t know about you, but I love Adele! One of her songs talks about rumors and for most of us think of them as being socially inappropriate. However, I would like to encourage you to spread rumors about your school whenever you can! When I was transferred to be a middle … Continue reading We Can Wednesday with TWO RULES (2)

Student and Teacher Motivation-Different?

Please take a look at the information gathered by EdWeek as they share it in chart form for easy comparison. Survey data show significant differences in student and teacher motivation. — Read on http://www.edweek.org/leadership/student-and-teacher-motivation-in-charts/2023/02 Motivation seems to be a driving force for teaching and learning. We have lots of data and information to share about … Continue reading Student and Teacher Motivation-Different?

Mission and Motivation

As educators, the first thing we establish is the vision and the mission. We need to understand the how to motivate staff and students to accomplish them but especially teaching and learning. How can we help students encourage themselves to learn? Content and crucial academic skills can be provided to students but are unlearned if … Continue reading Mission and Motivation

Betrayal, What is the meaning?

When you hear the word betrayal, what does it mean to you? “Betrayal is the breaking or violation of a presumptive contract, trust, or confidence that produces moral and psychological conflict within a relationship amongst individuals, between organizations or between individuals and organizations.” Wikipedia Most likely, in our life journey, we have experienced some level … Continue reading Betrayal, What is the meaning?

Placing Doubt

“It only takes one person to whisper a little doubt in your ear for it to begin.”—Brenda Yoho, #Bethesolutiondaily Do You Believe? I am a mother, grandmother, and retired educator. Like most of you, I have been asked by a child, “Do you believe in, (Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny, The Tooth Fairy, Ghosts, Fairies, … Continue reading Placing Doubt

Relationships are Built over time

Establishing a foundation is the beginning of what we do in building a relationship. As educators, we take dedicated steps to ensure families have all the information they need at the beginning of the year to support their child/children. Open houses are held where families can come to “meet the teacher,” as well as the … Continue reading Relationships are Built over time