There is a natural consequence for every action. Like, if I wear sunscreen, my chances of getting skin cancer decrease. YAY FOR ME! On the flip side, if I eat Big Macs every day, I'm gonna need leggier leggings, not to mention roomier arteries. BOO FOR ME! Now, imagine a world where my Big Mac addiction results in my doctor getting fired. Seems unrealistic to hold another person accountable for ... » Learn More about 7 Examples of Where Natural Consequences are Missing in Schools
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Hiya! I’m Steph, English teacher by trade, smack-talker by nature, and mother of three who lives by the mantra: life is too short, LAUGH! I hope you’ll stick around and check out my musings!
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Sometimes, the things I write are published on Bored Teachers. Like this piece, 5 unique ways teachers can earn PD hours. Other times, though, the things I write are too...what? Controversial? Over-the-top? Inappropriate? Whatever the word, sometimes the things I write don't sit well with my Bored ... » Learn More about I’m Sorry, You Make How Much for Doing WHAT?!
This post was sponsored by Window Covering Safety Council as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Tell me you have children without telling me you have children. I’ll go first: That's not how this works. That's not how any of ... » Learn More about Tell Me You Have Children Without Telling Me You Have Children
via GIPHY Typically, I tend to embrace change. I feel like shaking things up every now and then is good for growth and learning in both our personal and professional lives. Too often we get caught in the stagnate waters of sameness, never risking comfort for the sake of a new ... » Learn More about Stuff Teachers Wish They Could Still Do, But, Alas, Cannot
The pandemic has changed life as we know it. The way we shop, the way we socialize, the way we can't build anything because wood costs one million dollars. Education has undoubtedly been hit hard. Despite in-person learning resuming for the most part, now school districts are struggling to fill ... » Learn More about What’s to Blame for the High Teacher Turnover Rate? I Have Thoughts.