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So... What Do You Do Now?

Before Spring Break, I cleaned out my classroom and left.
This week was my first week as Professional Development Specialist. In my district, we don’t actually “specialize”, but rather support teachers across all contents. 656 more words


10 Smart Things To Do When You Are Stuck On The Couch

Have you ever experienced the feeling of sitting down on your couch and you just can’t get back up again. Just. Can’t. Get. Up. It does happen from time to time. 468 more words

Personal Development

Double Deliveries

Hello to you the wonderful readers of my blog. Hope that you are all healthy and happy, and that you have had a good week. I write this weeks blog after a very stressful week where I have been trying to organise a double dialysis delivery. 313 more words


Online Resources 1

http://www.crayola.com/for-educators.aspx – This website has tons of craft projects and lesson plans for all grade levels.

http://www.learner.org/ – This site has teacher resources and professional development in many forms: videos, lesson plans, interactive etc. 21 more words

Why Genius Hour?

It has been my own personal goal this year to learn and understand more about the idea of “Genius Hour,” and how and what it would look like in the classroom. 1,603 more words

Approaches To Teaching And Learning

April is National Parkinson’s Awareness Month

  April is National Parkinson’s Awareness Month

By: Ms. K

My father was diagnosed with Parkinson Disease (PD) six years ago. Parkinson’s Disease is a disorder of the brain that affects the transformation of messages to the muscles. 462 more words


Don't miss out on upcoming PD events!

Improve your vocational currency with upcoming face-to-face professional development opportuinities! Velg Training is running a number of professional development events over the next three months, including the VET Summits and workshops. 26 more words