As we share the responsibility of student success within our school environments, do we take the time to allow students to be a direct part of the equation? Is establishing a Supportive Learning Community something we do FOR students or something we do WITH students?
Friday, May 18, 2012
The term Supportive Learning Community is significant. The definition of each word in itself is influential. Connecting them as a joint expression makes a statement, one that infers a unified body of individuals working together to advocate for students along the path of their learning journey.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
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In light of Mother’s Day falling at the end of Teacher Appreciation Week, I found myself reflecting on my own amazing mother through a different lens this year. As I celebrate her in my mind, I think of all she has taught me over the years. For many of us our mothers were our first teachers, and mine did a fabulous job preparing me for the world in which I have anchored myself within.
Monday, May 7, 2012
Sometimes you hit a rough patch; a moment in time when everything seems off and out of place. Sometimes you know why, other times you don’t. Either way it can throw you…far. Far away from your routine, your sensible state of mind, your happiness, and your future goals. When this moment in time occurs it is hard to find your way back to the place you were once before when all was right in your world, on your path to your destiny.