MAKING PROGRESS For those of you that are established bloggers and solopreneurs, you probably recall when you first began and had to wade through the waters filled with terms such as squeeze page, SEO, meta, keywords, evergreen, content, and marketing. These have inundated my … [Read more...] about Trying to balance creating content with social media marketing
I'm officially a seller/solopreneur! I'd already planned to spend my summer break dedicated to this goal, which has culminated into my first two products on my Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) store! While I haven't made any money yet, my free R.A.C.E. Paragraph Writing Strategy has … [Read more...] about Unconventional ways to spend summer – starting a side business!
It's been a year since I last posted, and honestly feel like I'm talking to an empty room that once held a handful of people. In the blogosphere, a year is a lifetime. So much has happened in that year, and while I'm not going to rehash all of it, I have to admit that I feel like … [Read more...] about Pivoting – a brand new school year and insight
When I took on the role of Blended Learning Specialist, I did it with the intention of helping other teachers at my school find different ways to integrate technology into their teaching. I already have an idea of what “Blended Learning” is and what it looks like in the … [Read more...] about I’m a student again!
Ah, the joy of back-to-school in-service days. The long meetings with agendas set by administration. At least an hour poring over the staff handbook (again). Being the passive receiver of content rather than engaging in or creating it. The double-standard of constantly being … [Read more...] about Overthrowing in-service days for real PD