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Reinventing Pandemic Schooling: More than Making Lemonade from Lemons 

Dr. Helen Hoffman is a veteran teacher, author, and advocate for better schools. With 30 years of teaching at both the high school and college level, Helen’s mission is to shape the future of education by helping teachers create school experiences that are more engaging, enjoyable, and purposeful than our current ones. Her new book, [...]

Mismatched: Your Brain Under Stress is a Must-Watch Documentary for Educators

The Documentary Daniel Kirsch, Ph.D., is the President of the American Institute of Stress and is a resident of my hometown of Mineral Wells, Texas. I have met him on a handful of occasions and recently had the opportunity to watch a documentary he had a hand in creating, along with documentary filmmaker Justin Smith, [...]

Surviving Pandemic Teaching: Teachers, Secure Your Own Self-Care Oxygen Mask

We have all heard the guidelines around how to properly use an oxygen mask in case of emergency while flying. Whether you have flown Spirit, Delta, American, Frontier, United, Southwest, or Allegiant you have heard “…and remember to always put your own mask on first before helping others” (American Airlines Safety Video). But, why don’t [...]

It’s Worth A Shot: A Teacher Reflects on Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccines

When I began my teaching career, I had to follow several routine requirements to proceed:  fingerprinting, background checks, and vaccinations.  These are the basic required vaccinations:   Varicella-zoster; MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella); Seasonal influenza; Human papillomaviruses (HPV) (eleven through twenty-six years of age); Others as determined by the ACIP and state and local public health [...]

By |2021-04-26T01:07:10-04:00April 27th, 2021|COVID, COVID-19, Current Events in Education|1 Comment

Sustainable Investment in Education – More Than Just a One Time Fix

Well, our day has finally come! Or has it? We have an unprecedented amount of money we have all been begging for! But, as educators, yet again, no one is asking the “experts in the room” how to spend it.  Education has always been about droplets in a seemingly never-ending sea of inequities, where teachers [...]

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