Promoting Kindness

In our school, our students start in their advisory class which is called “Connections.” Within this small group, the goal is to build relations, work together to create a sense of belonging, and become more engaged in their local and global communities. I see the same 12 students each and every morning. The personalities range … Continue reading Promoting Kindness

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Preview Post – Inquiry Leads to Action with @NatGeoEducation

We at #worldgeochat always enjoy when we have guest moderators. As Pete noted in his review post on Wednesday, “it gives us a chance to step back and really dig into the Twitter feed and engage with all the awesomeness that transpires.” Last week, we had @NewsELA join us. This week, we’ve got @NatGeoEducation! To … Continue reading Preview Post – Inquiry Leads to Action with @NatGeoEducation

In a World of My Own (And What I’m Doing About It)

We as teachers are always looking for the most interactive, engaging, and exciting classrooms. We have learned to “teach like pirates” and to bring our passions in the classroom. We are inundated with all these amazing technological tools that will help to enhance our subjects. With world geography, our content is constantly changing what with … Continue reading In a World of My Own (And What I’m Doing About It)