Here are a few of the big curriculum decisions I’ve made for my practice for the 2020-2021 school year.
“Preparing for Remote Learning in 2020-21” was put on by the Chippewa River Writing Project. The PD was a day-long conference over Zoom. Check out my thoughts below regarding the day, along with resources and info.
The beginning of August is the signal that school is on the horizon. The 2020-2021 school year is going to look different. I plan on sharing what I’m learning to help other educators.
I’ve heard a ton of positive feedback regarding this book, Ibram X Kendi’s work and words, and the conversations and actions being done because of it all.
What You Need to Know About Voting – and Why has been an amazing companion to my recent quest for information about upcoming elections in 2020.
The arrival of Thomas C. Foster’s recent book over the weekend could not have come at a better time. Looking forward to reading this one!
The second Pandemic Journal prompts us to think about what we control and has us look to Stephen King for inspiration.
The first entry of the Pandemic Journal focuses on what the time away from school has changed about our daily lives in positive and negative ways.
With online learning starting, check out this collaborative idea of the Pandemic Journal for students to write about their time during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
Despite its slow start, The Andromeda Strain is starting to pick up and be more realistic. Check out the first book of the COVID-19 Stack!