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15 06, 2021

Teacher Burnout and The Pandemic: The Impact to Mental Health

By |2021-06-15T10:58:50-04:00June 15th, 2021|Instruction & Curriculum|0 Comments

In 2020, the world was taken by surprise as COVID-19 shut down everything. On March 11, a pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization, resulting in global changes and restrictions. Stores closed, restaurants resorted to take out only, airlines closed flights to need basis only, most businesses converted to either online-only or closed their [...]

14 06, 2021

Teachers are the Real Superheroes

By |2021-06-14T13:26:00-04:00June 14th, 2021|Opinion|0 Comments

Teachers, the Real Superheroes Growing up, I thought teachers were the coolest people in the world, and second only to my mom. In my mind, they were the real superheroes that the comic book authors forgot to write about. In fact, I admired teachers so much that I ended up going to college to study [...]

14 06, 2021

Self-Efficacy is the Link to Student Achievement

By |2021-06-14T09:18:16-04:00June 14th, 2021|Instruction & Curriculum|0 Comments

  Every year, students cross into my classroom, and I spend a year educating them on the topics we are told to instruct. We spend time learning their names, their stories, and their lives. As the year progresses, we assist their education with interventions and different strategies for academic success, but how often are those [...]

11 06, 2021

Why The Fight Against Critical Race Theory is Rooted In America History

By |2021-06-12T11:58:45-04:00June 11th, 2021|Instruction & Curriculum|1 Comment

The masses of teachers aren’t teaching Critical Race Theory. Roughly 80% of teachers in the United States are white – I can almost guarantee you that they’re not teaching Critical Race Theory. Many of them are uncomfortable teaching about enslavement, do you think they’d be comfortable, let alone knowledgeable, enough to teach Critical Race Theory? [...]

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