It's Wellness Wednesday and been a rough year, month and past few weeks. What do you do to distract yourself from all the bad news?
"Race is not a political issue, it is a human rights issue and if you are ignoring it in your classroom then it is time to make some changes."
Hello, June! What took you so long? https://www.instagram.com/p/CA5CpMEg522-az7io-XFLXXJ95YDD8W9HE8YE40/
For your watching pleasure- here is a good panel discussion on choosing texts to elevate diverse student voices and identity:
Does anyone know how easy it is to get NJ certification? I got my initial certification in ESL in NY 3 years ago? I want to transfer to NJ? How easy is it to do? Do 2 years of effective teaching? I was rated between developing and effective this year
I want to begin culturally responsive instruction in my classroom. Anyone have experience with this and willing to give advice?
Do you feel like an essential worker in the #blacklivesmatter crisis? I do, especially being a history/ss teacher. https://www.instagram.com/p/CA3tMc0BJy3/
If we were in school right now, what would you say to your students about our country and it’s current problem with racism?
Has the topic of #blacklivesmatter and police brutality come up in any class discussions? I think it would be a great discussion to have...