Teaching

Zearn Math

I have recently discovered a new math program that I’ve been using daily in my classroom. I actually changed up my math instruction entirely to accommodate using the program during math. Instead of using whole-group math instruction, I am doing twenty-minute centers every day. One center is Zearn math on our Chromebooks, one is small-group…… Continue reading Zearn Math

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Masters of Science, Curriculum and Instruction

Well, I did it!! I am enrolled to begin my masters degree on March 1st through Western Governors University. As of right now, I’m taking four classes during my six-month term, but will most likely migrate more courses into my term once I finish those classes. The wonderful thing about WGU is that once you…… Continue reading Masters of Science, Curriculum and Instruction

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Masters Degree

Recently, I’ve been looking into getting my masters degree. It opens up so many doors, and helps me grow and develop as a teacher. I want to continue to improve, and will never stop learning and incorporating best practices, theories, and research into my own teaching. I inquired about Utah State’s master’s program, but I…… Continue reading Masters Degree