March was Womyn’s Herstory Month! Yes, every day is women’s day etc etc.. … and yet, we are also loved celebrating women and putting women (besides ourselves!) even more at the forefront. Full disclosure: We are both huge book people so our list of books about empowered and empowering women could go on for a while. Below are a few fantastic anthologies that we turn to … Continue reading Womyn’s/ Womxn’s/ Women’s Herstory Month!
We are back from Winter Break and full swing into the wonderful world of 3rd grade! We are also… tired. But isn’t everyone? That tiredness though, and the adjustment period back into school routines, means that we (teachers and students alike) might bump into a few more dilemmas throughout our days. It happens! It is part of being human, and because we try to be … Continue reading Probletunities!
It’s December and already the chill in the air makes us yearn for books, fires, and cozy spaces to sleep!* The alarm of a teacher who is feeling this tired when it is only December is real. The exhaustion of our profession, as well as keeping up with our own lives, and the news, has taken a toll on many of us. Nevertheless, we know … Continue reading How to Refresh & Incorporate Pluralism/Social Justice in 5 Easy Steps
Congratulations! Your school has just received a gift or made the leap and decided to be a ’21st-century’ school and now all of your students have … COMPUTERS. Dun. dun. Dun. We know. It’s exciting because these tools provide access to so much knowledge and so many resources! It’s also terrifying because … well, the internet. We are constantly trying to sort out what it … Continue reading COMPUTERS: The Amazing Tool We Will Always Be Sorting Out