3 Ideas to Convert your PE class to a Digital Learning Classroom

By now, most are safely staying in their homes to practice social distancing. I work from home, so I know how difficult it is to be stuck at home. And now, you also feel stress when going to the grocery store.   Most teachers are starting to shift their paradigm on teaching. And for many,

5 Things to Remember When Preparing for the First Day of School

Next week many of you will start back to school.  Others will start back the following week. We all know that you have not been just sitting around waiting for the school year to begin.  Many have been designing, making, and buying for their classroom all summer. This is also the time to remember a

Your Opinions Do Matter

The 86th Legislative session is over and teacher did not fair as well as we would’ve liked.   HB3 is being touted as the greatest bill to ever happen for education, but it left teachers’ financial life in the hands of district administrators that have proven over the years they care more about the district

What is Happening in Austin with TRS

Late last week, the Texas House voted on SB 12 but it came with House Committee substitutions, so those differences will have to be ironed out in a conference committee between the two chambers. SB 12 is labeled as “Securing Texas Teachers’ Future” and on the surface, it does sound as if it could be

The STAAR & the 86th Legislature

I believe that I can speak for most people when I say that the STAAR needs to go.  We are over testing our kids and they are not retaining information.  What our teachers and students need is an old fashion assessment test to check for growth in a student, have they learned something during the