Speaking to the Issue of Teacher Burnout as a Guest on the “Always a Lesson” Podcast

A few months ago, I went in search of people who are offering podcasts related to education, and I found that there are many. In fact, many of them are connected through the Education Podcast Network. I reached out to a number of these individuals and connected with them through LinkedIn so I could follow their […]

Do You Need LinkedIn? Yes…Yes, You Do And Here is Why

People often tell me that they don’t use LinkedIn. They may have an account that they set up a long time ago, but they don’t remember what their password is, and they haven’t looked at it for years. They think they don’t need it. They are wrong. Here are the typical comments I hear:  “I […]

Send the Consultants Home and Let the Teachers Teach

Please find an article that was posted today in Education Week that caught my eye and made me realize that it has been far too long since I last offered something here. The article is entitled, “Cast Out Consultants:  Give Teachers More Input.” I have rephrased the sentiment, but it remains the same. “Send the […]

Stretching Beyond Your Comfort Zone

You may or may not be aware of that fact that I am a retired teacher and librarian. I worked in the public schools of Virginia for 33 years as a 6th grade language arts teacher and library media specialist, and I loved it. I loved it so much that I became National Board Certified […]