Today is a Great Day to Learn Something New and Creative in Education
Once upon a time I had a blog! But as with all good things, and with the best of intentions, the blog was not maintained on a regular basis. And, unfortunately, it was not meeting the purpose. You see, I am a firm believer in sharing with other educators. I wanted the blog to be a place to share great ideas. Believe me, when I put ideas there, people read them, but it just was not meeting the purpose at the rate I wanted. So best intentions aside, sometimes it is just best to start from scratch.
That being said, the really good posts from the other blog, will find their way here. On this blog you can expect to find awesome curriculum and instructional practices I have incorporated or will be incorporating. Since moving back to Missouri, I am now looking to get hired by a local district. The work I do there will serve as a catalyst for new information.
Post will include all subjects, with strategies you can use, and possible freebies for most grade levels. I have been serving the elementary community, but high impact strategies are not limited to elementary grades. Sometimes I will post simply about a great new teaching resource and best ways to implement the ideas into your classrooms. If you like what you read, please share, and follow. If you don't like what you read, please politely read a different person's blog. This blog is meant as a sharing tool, freely given ideas and freely give time, not a site for negative comments about TpT, academic programs that are used in school (even if you do not like them -- they are being used in some schools), etc.
I am open to suggestions for books or topics at any time. Just use the contact form and send me those ideas. I love new adventures!
I look forward to sharing information and resources with a global network.
My life journey is that of a mother, wife, grandmother, weenie dog owner, blogger, conference speaker, mini-farmer, writer and a an occasional mistake maker with over 24 years in education. Follow me on Twitter @JEdgarEdConsult