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It felt like someone punched me in the gut. Anger grew inside of me, and the blood in my arms tingled with rage. Thank God that the student wasn’t near me when I read the comment. I would have lost my damn mind. But being the level-headed (ha!) adult that I am, I waited a […]

Black History’s Important. Here’s How to Teach it All Year

Warning, this isn’t like my usual upbeat and positive posts. I’m gettin’ real. And hey. I might just keep on keepin’ in real. A note: when I’m mentioning white people, I am talking about the racist white people of the time I am discussing. Now that that’s out of the way… Recently I saw a […]

How To Be Bold and Teach About Lynching

Imagine… it’s the middle of July, and one of those back to school commercials comes on tv. The first thing that pops into your head is “WTF, it’s not even August yet. Why are they showing back-to-school commercials?! Summer vacation just started. We JUST got out of school.” Welp, I finally know the reason. There […]

Summer’s Here! 5 Ways to Make Your Vacation Awesome

Teaching is one of those careers where everything thinks they’re an expert. Hey, we’ve all been to school, we know all about education and have an opinion about it. All teachers have been there. You know, when you tell someone you’re a teacher, and they respond with something cliché like, “Wow, I could never do […]

It’s Definitely Not for the Money. 7 Reasons I Teach.

Is everyone about to pull their hair out with this whole remote learning thing, or is it just me? You are? That’s what I thought. My district didn’t start any real remote learning until about two weeks ago. When they first unveiled out the new remote learning strategy, I was like, “wait a minute. We’ve […]

Three Tips for Surviving Remote Learning for the Rest of the School Year

I’ve got to admit; I’m pretty good at time management. I haven’t always been great at it, so I created three steps for effective management. Many of the strategies come from ten years working for a direct sales company. That experience taught me strategies and steps to ensure that I’m more efficient with my time. […]

Three Steps for Effective Time Management

Three Steps for Effective Time Management

If you’re like me, it’s been challenging to keep busy and stay sane while in self-quarantine. You’re probably about ready to pull your hair out from being cooped up for three weeks (in all seriousness, I have considered cutting my hair because I can’t see a hairdresser right now). You may be working from home, […]

5 Tips to Keep Busy and Stay Sane During Self-Quarantine

So February is over, and you did an excellent job teaching Black History for 28 days, but you wonder to teach Black History all year?? Don’t get me wrong, I think Black History Month is essential.  It brings attention to and honors the contributions of black* people; it helps continue the conversation about issues black […]

5 Tips for Teaching Black History All Year

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