Pieces of a Puzzle

If I said education was like a big puzzle and every piece is important, I’m fairly certain most of you reading would close the tab to this post faster than a student closing out of an unapproved website as the teacher walks by… Before you hit that X, bear with me… In the puzzle thatContinue reading “Pieces of a Puzzle”

Frightful Fun with Frankenstein

Taking on the task of teaching Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein isn’t for the faint of heart. However, with the right attitude and resources, it can be done! Now, I’m not saying it’s going to be easy… but it will certainly be worth it in the end! Your students will find that they have a much broaderContinue reading “Frightful Fun with Frankenstein”

You make mistakes…

If you give a student a piece of paper, they’re going to need a pair of scissors… The first few days of school are essential for building culture. What better way to do that then to set every student up for failure? I know, sounds harsh. But, hear me out… To show students that it’sContinue reading “You make mistakes…”