Wardrobe Wednesday: Anchors + Stripes

About this time of year, I start to get a little bored with sweater dresses.  Yes, they’re lovely, but sometimes you have to mix it up!  I found this lovely cotton and spandex fit-and-flare at the Gap and knew I had to find a way to wear it in January.  Adding in the black tights … Continue reading

Tech Tuesday: WWF Together for iPad

This week, I’m featuring the World Wildlife Fund’s free app, WWF Together.  WWF’s mission is to protect species and conserve places.  Started in 1961, it has been working for over 50 years to protect our world.  The app is an interactive way to teach students about WWF and its important causes.  It has a selection … Continue reading

101 Things I Learned from Student Teaching, Part IV

Here is the conclusion of “101 Things I Learned from Student Teaching.”  Take notes, student teachers.  I just finished up student teaching and think my list will help you mentally prepare for the semester.  Check out part I, part II, and part III.  It goes by so quickly, even though some weeks you’ll be counting down the … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: Burgundy + Cream

Happy Wednesday y’all!  An outfit idea for these dark, blah January days.  This outfit is super versatile – stripes and a pencil skirt always work together.  Feel free to get creative with your color combinations. Wardrobe Wednesday: Jan. 22 by shaunamccarthy  Vince loose sweater / J Crew long draped skirt / Sperry Top Sider black … Continue reading

Tech Tuesday: Learn with Homer for iPad

TECH TUESDAY!  I will be featuring a tech resource every Tuesday for educators.  I used the iPad quite a bit during student teaching, and have found many incredible apps for teachers and students (and most of them are free!). Learn With Homer is hands-down my favorite iPad app for lower-elementary students (although the science content could … Continue reading

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