Reflecting at the End of the Year

Kristen KoppersBlog, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Teaching from home has been challenging to not be able to “see” our students. There were frustrations from the perspectives of a teacher, student, and parent in the past 180 days. It is important to reflect on the past year and a half: in-class instruction cannot be replaced by virtual, students preferred to be in class, students had diverse … Read More

It’s All a Blur: Lessons Learned From Endings & Beginnings

Jami Fowler-WhiteBlog, Connect Better, Reflect Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: Reflect on the lessons learned from the endings and beginnings you experience. To prevent the blur, reflect on the beginning and identify what you learned at the end. Create concrete ways to apply those lessons. How often do you reflect on your life, instructional practice, or progress towards accomplishing goals? Do you wait until it’s time to create resolutions … Read More

Reflections on Teaching & Learning

Steven WeberBlog, Reflect Better

TL;DR: This post shares reflections on teaching and learning through a career in K-12 education. Poverty impacts a student’s ability to perform at school. School staff ultimately determines opportunity to learn. Formative assessment is the silver bullet. Provide opportunities for students to inquire. It’s no longer important to focus on what the teachers can do with the content. The goal … Read More

Tech Coach Reflections: COVID-19…One Year Later

Jeff BradburyAsk The Tech Coach Podcast

ATTC 131 Covid Reflections

In this episode of “Ask the Tech Coach,” Jeff and Susan reflect on the life of a Tech Coach during the last 12 months of COVID-19 education. If you would like to be a part of future podcasts and share your thoughts about this great book, please contact the podcast. We would love to have you join the show. Join The … Read More