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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org @RAKlein6 I made a mistake in front of my students, thinks the teacher. Oh, God, […]
Meaningful Interconnectedness: Transforming Students Through Mindfulness, Compassion, and Selflessness
Brenda Bradford is a math teacher at Male High School. Her main passions are teaching students how to become human beings by embracing mindfulness practices, sustaining and rebuilding species populations such as sea turtles and penguins, and reaching out with lovingkindness and compassion to all creatures in a […]
by Melinda Medley Melinda Medley is an ECE teacher at Bates Elementary. Anglette Braden at Bates Elementary counselor. Anglette Braden and I started the CHARM Club at Bates Elementary 6 weeks ago. CHARM stands for Classy, Happy, Amazing, Respectful and Motivational and is open to any fourth- or fifth-grade girl. The […]
Rachel Klein is a middle school resource teacher for the Diversity, Equity, and Poverty Programs division of JCPS. She is driven by helping schools find ways to recognize the beautiful diversity JCPS has, as well as elevating the practices of those who have found ways to do it […]