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The Greatest Inconspicuous Souls.

Once a day, I find myself browsing the Cosmopolitan section on SnapChat. I am not looking for advice on how to lose a guy in ten days, or even how to snag a guy for that matter. 877 more words

God is Faithful to His Covenant

One of my favorite commentaries on the book of Genesis is a book entitled Paradise to Prison by John J. Davis.  In this book, Davis explains how the book of Genesis begins with Adam and Eve in perfect fellowship with God in the garden of Eden, but then, because of sin, it ends with Joseph lying dead in a coffin in Egypt.  126 more words


Google Classroom: Create Question

In Google Classroom, I like to ‘Create a Question’ for quick checks or exit tickets. They are easy to create and manage. Students can read each other’s posts, comment, and have quality discussions with ‘Questions’. 299 more words


KIAT Book Club: Classrooms That Work Ch. 2

Chapter Two in Classrooms That Work is all about reading and writing. Titled Reading and Writing Real “Things”, one of the first sentences which struck me was: 524 more words

Katie Is A Teacher

The Easiest Game You'll Ever Play!

We are official in the holiday season!  Which means we need to pull out all the tricks to keep our class learning and having fun while they wait for Santa!   149 more words


Teaching from the Sidelines

I often wonder what other people think when they enter my classroom, look through the windows, or listen outside the door.  I spend a large percentage of my teaching time on the sidelines, watching and listening.   418 more words


Empathy: Both a Skill Set and a Mindset

Last month I attended one of Teacher to Teacher’s EngagED Exchange events in Washington D.C. This particular meet-up was focused on how educators can incorporate design thinking into their classroom. 572 more words