Last night, someone slept through my class. But it wasn’t a student. It was me. Not only did I also slept through my midnight/lunch-time catnap alarm, I slept through three calls from my classroom assistant in China wondering where I was, along with a text from my principal: “Is everything OK?” Well yes and no. My Zoom didn’t turn into […]
Am I the only one, or did some of you feel like your vacation sat on the tarmac all summer? Between masks and protests and swabs stuck up our noses to our brains, the summer of 2020 hasn’t been a relaxing holiday.
One more caveat: the instructions are in Chinese, including those for the miniature IKEA shelves which are impossible enough to make when you are using a Philips screwdriver, not tweezers and a glue gun.
I cannot think of one emoji with the impact of a postage stamp or a font as endearing as Leaky Fountain Pen
Grand Rapid’s red-wing black bird isn’t a fan of social distancing.
I’m not a real teacher. I just play one on the internet.
Everything that I know about teaching I learned from advertising.
As they cut flowers out with paper and transform toilet paper rolls into works of art, Americans will continue to die at a rate of one per minute, still not understanding that man is at the mercy of nature.
There is one thing that unites students globally during this remote learning: Starbucks.
What is the best platform for online teaching? The answer? Unity.