Originally, when I saw this video, I thought I was going to be headed for the headstand in no time. I have been following the Super Sisters personal training videos and recipe ideas for a couple of years now. They’re education style is easy to follow and good for individuals of all ability types. So […]Read more "Moving Toward Stillness"
As an educator, I tend to make my new year resolutions at the start of the academic calendar. I’ve used everything from lists in my phone, to iCal, to a simple composition notebook. I love post-it notes and setting alerts in my phone, but still dream of having a personal assistant as I’m most busy […]Read more "GTD: Getting Things Done Thanks to David Allen"
As an educator, it’s important to remember what tools you use when networking and looking for ideas. I didn’t get to where I am without the network around me. The internet is a wonderful tool to keep in touch with others, especially after a conference or professional development opportunity. Keeping those connections organized helps streamline […]Read more "Mapping Out My Professional Learning Network (PLN)"
For the past 6 years I have been practicing yoga off and on. I was very disciplined for about 3 years, religiously going to my neighborhood yoga studio. After my favorite instructor left to move out of state, my practice fell apart and I fell out of groove. Each time I take a class, I […]Read more "Heading Forward"
As educators, we must think about the learning process just as much as our teaching methods. Reflection is a powerful tool to analyze our pedagogy to make sure we are serving students to our fullest potential. As a scientist, I want to know what research based methods are most effective to opening our students’ minds. The […]Read more "Learning and the Brain"