If I learned anything from last year is that a lot can happen in such a short time. Recently, I had to manage and learn how to survive an unexpected blizzard in the middle of Texas! Everything can change within a day- the way you live your life, the way you think, and the wayContinue reading “Back to School: Teacher Perspectives No. 3”
Forget about Netflix, How About Binge Reading? Most people have heard the term Netflix binge-watching, no doubt, many people turned to streaming and other distracting measures as a means of solace once COVID-19 hit. Some took up baking, others turned to arts and crafts, and still others, or maybe just me, turned to my favoriteContinue reading “Pandemic Pivot: Binge Reading”
Now that online classes have begun, I’ve realized why getting an education in a university setting has always appealed to me: education is a collaborative social process.
How do we find structure in chaos?
I had just finished a busy week when spring break started – and when cases, shutdowns and cancellations increased exponentially. At first, it was a relief that spring break was extended. I got to take a breather. But as I continued to watch the news and closely monitor Twitter, I realized the breath I wasContinue reading “Pandemic Pivot: Holding on Tight”