Although you may have read several articles about teacher burnout and the lack of support they receive from the community, teachers often love their job. Teaching is very rewarding and the satisfaction of working with students of all ages far outweigh any challenges facing the profession.
Just look at the faces of teachers as they try to engage students in learning during the pandemic. They donne costumes, perform skits, and wear wigs because they love their students and truly want
Patience is a virtue we all could spend time practicing a little more. Parents especially have had to count to 10 numerous times over the past year as they dealt with a new lifestyle of remote learning while also trying to work from home. With kids returning to school, patience will again be needed.
Everything is about to change. The routine you’ve created with your family will be disrupted and your kids may struggle with the change.
The weather is warmer, the days are longer, and the end of the school year is just around the corner. Whether it is playing sports, working a job after school, or hanging out with friends, it seems students are busier this time of year. Students can see the end as summer fever sets in, and it is more difficult to remain focused on school responsibilities. How do students remain focused on finishing the school year strong? Here are a few tips on
“Hey Mom, would you read over my essay and make sure I did it right?”
“Dad, I don’t understand photosynthesis. Would you explain it to me?
Many parents come home from work to these questions. Even if they have the energy and the will to help, they probably don’t remember much about algebra or photosynthesis. Those parents who do sit down with their children to review homework and answer questions may