After two days of celebrating our new federal holiday, I confess I remain conflicted. But the ship has sailed, so to speak, and it’s time to jump on the bandwagon. I am ultimately a team player. I personally had a lovely day. I did The Black Sit with Reverend angel Kyoto williams and a stellar […]
I didn’t post in the month of May. Ironically, last month marked the one month anniversary of this blog. I should probably feel a certain way about that, but I don’t. Over the last year, I have learned to trust the ebb and flow of my energy more. Sometimes I have a lot to give […]
April is Poetry Month and there is still one more week to celebrate! There is so much good stuff to share. If you are looking for classroom inspiration try: The Dear Poet Project 2021 Poems of Hope and Resistance The Parkmont Poetry Festival for Students Lift Every Voice AAPI Women: Untold Stories Through Poetry Unit […]
April is for flowers and rain showers and celebrating our beautiful and bountiful Planet! I really loved the unit I taught on Earth Day last year so I’ve turned it into a Google Slides hyperdoc that any middle school student can do at home or school. They may need a little help with the research, […]
It’s a difficult time. I am currently reading and writing a lot about slavery while presenting a ton about lynching though my work with the Montgomery County Lynching Memorial Project. My English classes are also deep into the trial of Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird. They already know Atticus and Tom lose. There […]
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