Bradley Sasser

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…But What If It Snows?: Planning for Asynchronous or Synchronous Instruction

November 28, 2022
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We have reached that magical time of the year filled with holidays that allow us educators to find some extra time to relax and recharge; and while it is a wonderful time, there is still work to be done each school day. Many of us find ourselves reviewing and preparing students for EOCs or mid-year…

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Shaking Things Up to Increase Engagement

February 21, 2022
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“For many students, school is an obligation, not a joy and a privilege. This means you need to ‘sell’ the learning to them.” – Eric Jensen You do not have to be in education long to know that the weeks between New Years Day and the first day of spring seem to go on forever…

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Beginning Teacher Interstate Connections

April 1, 2021
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“Teaching in the pandemic is like walking in a park, Jurassic Park.”- anonymous The above quote, although a little fantastical, may be the correct analogy to the year it’s been in education. By now, we are tired of remembering that a year ago a pandemic shut down our school systems. It severed our ability to…

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