WILD RAIDER FOLK!
HAPPY LABOR DAY holiday weekend! 🙂 I KNOW it is a holiday so DO take the holiday and provide an easing into the things you need to so – this is vital to be a successful Raider- trust me, I know!
I made my latest blog post just for you – so hope you like it 🙂
I received something from Raider Heather Kerrick, who works at the Woodbridge Early Childhood Education Center, and Phillis Wheatley Middle School, provided the attached resources that will be added to the current online resource page.
FYI- some of the attached resources are elementary skills, BUT – I have noticed – if you provide something elementary to students that can tackle, then adding the advanced concept seems to be received easier and with less frustration 🙂
Also, please remember -the WHS Library Media Center is a resource for YOU and the students. Yes I try to balance novels, nonfiction, maps, artwork, technology, literature, rent the video camera and tripod, use the DVD’s, VHS player (believe it or not), DVD players, audio books, those huge rip away paper display boards and MORE for YOU as faculty AND for students. If you have suggestions, PLEASE ask. This is a resource to allow you to settle your mind, be able to plan and teach better, and receive support, it is NOT simply just for students – you are welcome ANYTIME – to just chat, to just clear your mind, to learn how to work through something, and how to plan something out, or needing a plan to do something, and well, anything you need (Even posters and such 🙂 )
Please check out the links that exists next to my profile pic 🙂https://www.whsraiders.net/apps/staff/
or the library page itself: https://www.whsraiders.net/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=438829&type=d
and the WHS Library Media Center toolbox page itself:https://sites.google.com/view/wilc-extensions/home
It is exciting to see that faculty from other schools can work together to help each other – not just within our building. I always feel that there is so much isolation from Kent and New Castle County to Sussex County, and there should not be.
If we were collaborating / sharing all the time, no matter the type of school – the location of the school, and /or the level we teach – and breaking down the walls of being afraid to ask – being geographically isolating due to stereotypes of being a “better district” than another, etc – things would be so much easier for all of us – but the cool thing is we have each other – and we have YOU! so we are better already 🙂
Excited to have you as part of the team and hope by sharing and collaborating with those in and out of our own classes, we all grow and see how a disparaging pandemic can be an opportunity to help everyone grow! 🙂