6th Grade, Ruth Livingston Elementary, Pasco, WA
The PGP made professional sense to complete. Educators share a continuous, internal monologue addressing professional growth moves in most all things taught in their classrooms. The PGP is the vessel in which an educator can receive recognition for this work and 25 clock hours for their efforts at no additional cost.
Classroom meetings helped my students reflect on improving their individual strengths in relationships, socially, emotionally, and academically.
College and career readiness have changed drastically over the years. Through our life experiences, age gives us the wisdom to impart knowledge on students who desire to listen. How you are you helping students to formulate a post-secondary plan? Explore some ideas with @swaneaton01 in her latest post. #WATeachLead
House Bill 1541 allows OSPI to address disparities, improve equity in student discipline, and close opportunity gaps in learning across Washington state.
National Writing Project's, College, Career and Community Writers Program has resources with applicable "real world" text sets that are streamlined and easy to follow for teachers AND students. @swaneaton01 and #WATeachLead
Digital education communities and professional learning networks are like the “golden ticket” for any teacher. @swaneaton01 and #WATeachLead