Multi-Sensory Learning at Home

When I think about the ways kids learn and the way an environment can support learning, I am reminded about the importance of providing kids with materials that can help them visualize a concept or an idea they are working on.  Many of us are visual learners and creating a visual to represent a concept… Continue reading Multi-Sensory Learning at Home

Building Math Fluency

     I've had a couple conversations about how kids learn math facts recently. I thought I would share how I helped my kids develop math fluency and share some resources you can use to help your child strengthen his or her math fluency.   To better understand the approach I take to learning math facts… Continue reading Building Math Fluency

Authenticity, Connectedness and Social Media

Over the weekend I came across an Instagram post by Where Women Create asking, what it means to be authentic in the context of social media.  In the post the author raises questions that I continue to grapple with. "What if, in our quest for authentic we've developed dual lives, dual personas, and a total inability… Continue reading Authenticity, Connectedness and Social Media

A Learning Play Date

This week in Arizona many schools are closed due to the teacher walkout.  There is a great necessity to adequately fund schools in the state. I support the teachers, administrators and support staff who have stood their ground to put pressure on the state legislature and leaders to come up with a solution. Since the… Continue reading A Learning Play Date