COMING 7/17 at 8pm EDT: #JCPSChat for July will be a special event cohosted by #KYGoDigital @heatherwarrell and @EdCampJCPS – join us!
by Shannon Stone firstname.lastname@example.org Passionate teachers pour themselves into their work, often at the cost of their own families. They give up Sunday night dinners in order to create engaging lesson plans. They are digging through Pinterest and engaging in Twitter Chats outside of the school day. They […]
“Every week I want to learn something new, and every week I want to teach someone something new.” -Chef Edward Lee, “The Mind of a Chef,” Season 3/ Episode4 by Rachel Klein email@example.com @RAKlein6 I made a mistake in front of my students, thinks the teacher. Oh, God, […]
by Andrew Waterhouse Ballard High School, Jefferson County Public Schools @Mr_h2ocasa A question I’ve found myself asking lately is what in education is sustainable? As most teachers have experienced, the landscape of education constantly changes. Whether it’s standards-based grading, culturally-responsive teaching, project-based learning, or personalized learning, […]
Melissa Shearon is a KDE Recovery Specialist, but before then, she was a JCPS teacher who participated in the Kentucky Classroom Teachers Enacting Positive Solutions action research cohort. Her story is below. If you are interested in taking part in 2018-2019, please look here for more application information […]
By Sheryl Woods firstname.lastname@example.org @TeacherLadyKY I was asked, not that long ago, “Do teachers make a difference?” The answer, to me, is obvious. Of course they make a difference. There would be minimal learning happening in schools if there were no teachers. But where exactly does the impact […]