Let’s all fight the pressure for perfect! Check out this week’s video to hear more. #GoBlue
Brainstorming with hexagons today. Love that a student shouted, “They tesselate!”
I’ll take teaching in 75 and sunny over a snow day any day. Especially with Shakespearean light saber battles. #HisTigers
Trying to remember in teaching and in life that it’s okay not to be perfect. amplifiedEDU.com/blog
Green hills, sunshine, & @coffeeguysmorganhill.
I’ve loved this adventure the past six years, and I can’t wait to see how I continue to learn and grow! Thanks to @mindywebbphoto for another headshot that I love!
Do you “question your lens”? Find a caring community and share your not so perfect life. Check out this week’s video: amplifiedEDU.com/blog
Guest post today on the blog! Great advice on your learning space from an 8th grader. amplifiedEDU.com/blog
This week @sjcstigers we are taking “J Term” elective courses. Take a look at the brand inspiration boards one of my students made in my business marketing class!
Movie shooting this morning!
Hey math class! What’s my average rate thus far!?
Today we focused on an important post-Christmas lesson: how to write a thank you note.
Lesson planning is better at the beach.
The source of all my grammar sentences within the last week.
Thankful for split screen and @coffeeguysmorganhill.
What could you say to fill in these blanks? They told me _______, but I ________. Check out this new ad campaign focusing on how women in science overcame the negative thoughts of others. amplifiedEDU.com/blog
Studying shape similarity and movement in the coordinate plane with Super Mario!
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