Summer is my bonus for working a pretty tough job all year round. But it's not relaxing around a pool drinking mai-tais for me. I'm busy with things in my life, including two active little boys, but this summer in particular I learned some special lessons: 1) Don't put off what's important In ... Read More about 5 Things Teachers and SLPs Learn Every Summer
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Last weekend I got back from a super fun trip to the TeachersPayTeachers (TPT) Conference in Las Vegas. I had never been to Vegas before and I decided to head out there to network and learn more about #TPTVegas15. In case you aren't familiar with what TeachersPayTeachers.com is, I'll fill you ... Read More about 5 Tips for Speech Pathologists and Teachers Attending a Conference
I speak fluent Spanish and I work with students who are either monolingual Spanish or bilingual in Spanish and English. I've learned a lot about bilingual students over the years, but I think the biggest learning is that every student is different. One thing that doesn't change is the Golden Rule ... Read More about 5 Things to Know About the Golden Rule of Bilingualism Education
At first I wanted in on the Donors Choose experience. It seemed like all the cool teachers were doing it. It didn't start out badly. It's pretty easy to set up an account and start a campaign. But now that I've done several campaigns, I see the drawbacks clearly and I'm ready to move on. 1) The ... Read More about 6 Reasons Why I Stopped Using Donors Choose