I’m sure I’m not alone i’m wanting another week off. Living in Boston and seeing snow Monday morning?? It was, as a colleague said, adding insult to injury. On the other hand, I did create a presentation for the MSLA Conference: The best part was the opportunity to really look at the guides we’ve created… Continue reading What happened to Spring Break?
Don't you love it when there's something you've been mulling over and the universe responds without being prompted? What I've been thinking about is "kindness" and lo and behold, Sunday was Mr. Rodger's Birthday. His vibe must have been influencing things. Sunday was also the night my book club met, and last month's book was… Continue reading Kindness
A few years ago, in response to global events, we created a display that I promoted on our Instagram. Later that day a member of the administration asked me to delete the hashtag we'd used because clicking on it could lead to some inappropriate content. Of course I did. To be honest, I should have… Continue reading Hashtag concerns
At Milton we have a "research season" split into three parts, where three different groups come in for a month to work on a project. This past month was the first of those parts and the juniors (and a few seniors) came in. The majority of those students were Milton freshmen in March 2020. They'd… Continue reading Better Late Than Never
(for me, anyway) Usually this is the time when I'm going through my chicken scrawl, typing up my notes and trying to make sense of what presenters are doing in their schools that I can transfer to my school. Not this time. After Tampa presented a virtual #AISL21, the call went out to all members… Continue reading The strangest #AISL22 ever