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 Randi Skaggs firstname.lastname@example.org @brooklynbabymom I’m a mom. I get it. When I see my kids struggling, I want to jump in and save them. I want – on some primal level – to shield them from any amount of pain or discomfort the world might throw at […]
Every so often, we at JCPSForward strive to connect people from outside of JCPS. I would like to introduce Nick Tutolo, a colleague who hails from Pittsburgh. Nick and I met at a Center for Teaching Quality retreat last summer. He is a man who is an inspiration […]
email@example.com @mrkleinsenglish In my opinion, professional learning networks are very much like PLCs. They serve many functions, but one of the lesser known functions is that of support when we aren’t at our very best. Our normal contributor for this part of the month is Chelsea Haynes. Last […]