Educator Melody McAllister offers three ways teachers can help empower parents, who will work together to help empower students.
Melody McAllister shares her weekly three things that caught her attention from educators creating content on social media. This week she highlights Hedreich Nichols, Jillian DuBois, and the themerrillsedu.
Melody McAllister writes a book review for Strum & the Wild Turkeys by Noa Daniel.
“Every child, make that every person, should be celebrated for their unique abilities. As educators and parents we know how important that connection and confidence is as young people grow up. This book is for all year, for every child, and my family gives it five stars!”
Guest Post by Melody McAllister Women’s History Month Are you so excited to spend the next month learning even more about the contributions to our society by women? As a mother, educator, author, Logistics Manager, social media consultant, and woman, I find myself surrounded by incredible women who truly leave me in awe! Because of my work with EduMatch Publishing… Read More »Celebrate Womens History Month with Canva
We had a wonderful guest this week Kim Bearden who is super fun, has great hair, and a real passion for students and educators. You might already know her as the Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Ron Clark Academy. She also teaches ELA everyday and shares about her experiences in remote teaching and welcoming students back to RCA this… Read More »Coffee with Kim Bearden & Alice Keeler & Melody McAllister
Before you head into the new year, take a moment and think about how you have grown in the last year, six months, even two weeks ago. You probably look at challenges differently, even while you are tired, and you know you will find a way. We are so glad for wonderful leaders like you.
Have fun! Show off your work and help others.
StreamYard can help you create a school broadcast even while you are in remote learning.
Follow @Knikole! She is in the business of helping teachers!
Happy Birthday, Dr. Sarah Thomas! Thank you for all you have done to help be a change maker in education!
Follow all three communties or choose your favorite, but you can’t go wrong with these three leaders in building community with families!
Kinder Rockets is a Facebook page dedicated to educator Ben Cogswell’s Kindergarten class. However, any educator can visit his class page and learn!
What do the best parties and Facebook communities have in common? When people feel invited and included by a host who truly values them, new relationships form and old relationships grow deeper
He’s an author for teachers and he loves to empower teachers to empower their students!
Teaching Students to Use Social Media A Guest Post by Jennifer Casa-Todd We have a challenge. Student use of social media outside of school is increasing, and yet, because of age restrictions, we are limited in our ability to mentor students under the age of thirteen. So, we have two options. We can just not include social media in our… Read More »Get Your Kids Tweeting: #OnEdSschat by @JCasaTodd