Work flow. Source: Throw the ball. Don't aim.
The teacher has no answers--only more questions. Source: Distraction, Grace, and Direction
The reincarnation of a teacher. Source: Action.
Teenage boys, in particular, from about the age of 5th grade on up, seem to feel life is grossly unfair (and it is!). Many of my students live in a "sea not of their own making." No pretty metaphors can make it better, but...in their objections [insert eye rolls here] do not go unnoticed or … Continue reading The irresistible sea not of our own making
As in life, how do we "let go" in the classroom? Source: LETTING go?
Restlessness rather than mindset? Resistance in the classroom (and other places)...#liveoutsidetheautobiography Source: Restlessness.
Somewhere along the way, students (and teachers) believe they "can't." Learning and life are imperfect, messy, moving, changing. Meditation offers a point of stillness from which to see that all is as it should be. Source: Unconditionally Capable.
The simplest practices in the classroom often go overlooked, especially by the teacher. Here I suggest (to myself) hitting the simple reset button prior to my teaching day in order to be present. #yoga Source: Repeat.
The tussle with learning is life-affirming. Source: Tussle.