Teaching on ketones has been insightful. I have used a lot of different eating regiments, but keto and meal prep has been the longest with the most insight. The point behind going into a ketogenic lifestyle for me was the extended energy benefits, better sleep and mental clarity. It’s can’t be over lookes. You do … Continue reading Rocking that keto life
I have been at my new school just about 75 days. In previous years I had a wonderful co-worker who always knew how many days we had until break and until the end of the year. I haven’t been the best at keeping up with each day. So I’m pretty sure it’s been like, kinda … Continue reading Now that it’s Thanksgiving
Not a complaint about this year at all. It’s a lot and the shift from public ed to private has been steep, but it has really been a great year. I’m not trying out many new ideas, yet. Everything is so new that there’s no need to shock the system. We’re all pretty shocked … Continue reading Getting into a rhythm
This school year’s body isn’t cold yet and I’m ready to start an autopsy. So much to say about this year! Off the bat, this year was very, very challenging. There were the usual challenges, yes. There were a lot of others as well that no one saw coming. There were some unique behaviors that really … Continue reading Let’s go ahead and talk about this 2014-2015 school year
This school year has been RICH! I can’t really quantify every second, but trust me it’s been a wild ride. It’s been tough. It’s been rewarding and thankfully we’ve endured faithfully. The end is in sight. I hope to have some news in a few days. How has your year been? Are you finishing strong? … Continue reading Back at it again
I like, no I really LIKE this poster. It sums up what I do everyday and puts a nice CrossFit bow on it. This isn’t from some high brow teaching conference, this is from a CrossFit meme. It’s something our head coach sent out. Most of you know that I now coach on the side and … Continue reading Flip teaching on it’s ear
This video sincerely voices my concerns for the boys in my class. I’ve always said that “school wasn’t made by a boy”. The very structure of MY class doesn’t encourage boys and really restricts them. That’s right I include myself. I’m just as guilty of trying to get my students to do exactly what I couldn’t … Continue reading Am I on the wrong side of the War?