If being a college student means learning about women like Rachel Kolb, and how they refuse to succumb to the limits placed upon them, then I volunteer to be a student for the rest of my life. As an aspiring teacher, I plan on doing just that. Continue reading “Rachel Kolb: Beyond Amazing”
Hey everyone! Happy Friday! So, in addition to the joy and relief that I felt after submitting my signature assignment for my class today, this adorable gem arrived in the mail! Continue reading “Sharing the Love”
There is nothing better than breaking up hours studying, writing papers, taking tests, and chipping away at a teaching credential, than some productive and creative play time. Continue reading “DIY: Armoire Transformed into a Classroom Treasure- Part 1”
Here’s my all time favorite way to get bikini ready in less than 5 minutes. I bet you didn’t think it could be so simple!
If you’re a parent of children who participate in sports, this post is for you. I absolutely adore taking photos of children doing what they love. I’m not sure if it’s the joy, the focus, or the sheer innocence, but it’s my all time favorite thing to photograph. So, here are a few tips that will help transform your photographs. Continue reading “5 Tips to Better Sports Photos”
Applying for scholarships can be very time consuming, but if you need financial assistance to get you through college, it’s well worth your time. Continue reading “Are Scholarships Worth the Time?”
The concept of inclusion originated when traditional ways of providing special education services became unacceptable. Parents of children with special needs began opposing the placement of their children into segregated academic institutions and wanted their children to be taught in general education classrooms as much as possible. Continue reading “Integrating Inclusion into our Schools”
Katie Bingham-Smith hits home with her recent article, To My First Child: I Can’t Do It For You. As a mother of two boys, I’ve struggled with the reality of my children growing up and moving on. My sister perfectly stated, “It’s exciting to watch them grow into young men and envision all that’s to come, but heart wrenching at the same time.” Continue reading “It Hits Home”