Today’s guest blogger is important to me for many reasons. Not only is she my sister, but she was also my 6th grade history teacher. I still remember the work I did as the “anthropologist” on our big Outback Project, which I think is a testament to her creative and engaging teaching style. She is …
I was fortunate to work with Jane for ten years. Her dedication to her students and her commitment to being a life-long learner are inspiring. I miss working with her for many reasons, but just one of them is her ability to troubleshoot any weird problem with our school’s outdated technology. Here’s why she teaches …
So excited to have a guest blogger for the first time! Esther Seidl, math teacher extraordinaire, share why she teaches in a Catholic School. Part one in a series.
Here are five ideas for celebrating our nation during Catholic Schools Week. While the NCEA (National Catholic Education Association) website has many great ideas for the other days of the week themes, this one seemed to be mostly about writing to representatives and fundraising, which are good and important things, but are not the way …
Catholic Schools Week: Celebrating Our Students
Ideas for how to make your students feel loved and appreciated during Catholic Schools Week. #csw19
Catholic Schools Week: Community
Ideas for the daily themes of Catholic Schools week, starting with celebrating our community.
Catholic Schools Week: Door Decorating Contest Ideas