Check out Episode #4 of the Scout N About podcast with Mr. Derek Long!
I was lucky enough to be asked to attend two of the statewide Professional Learning Opportunities that PIIC (Pennsylvania Institute for Instructional Coaching) held this year at Penn State. I had been attending our local instructional coaching meetings and had… Continue Reading
The new Assistant Principal of CWMS sits down for a chat. We talk about Baseball, first concerts, and have a few random drop-ins. Thanks for listening and spread the word!
Episode 2 of Scout N About is here! Mr. Lowe sat down and chatted about sports, art, his love of Chicago and the many rooms he has had while teaching at Conrad Weiser Middle School! Thanks for listening and pass… Continue Reading
Here it is! The first episode of the Scout N About podcast. The first guest was Eric Balthaser, a 7th grade Social Studies Teacher here at CWMS. It was great chatting with him about all sorts of things, including his… Continue Reading
So excited about this! For years, I have wanted to do a podcast. I am a HUGE fan of podcasts and I decided to model mine after the Nerdist podcast. This brief episode is just an introduction of what… Continue Reading
Love this post. Not much to add to this one. I have been trying this for a few months and when I remember to do it, it works well. This 100-Year-Old To-Do List Hack Still Works Like A Charm
As we head toward Thanksgiving, I wanted to share some images of my classroom, which I am thankful for. I spent the first 12 years of my career in a huge room (Choral Room…held over 125 kids) with a ton… Continue Reading
When I think of the phrase Communication Breakdown, I think of two things- the great song by Led Zeppelin and that comminication is a huge issue in schools today, but not always in the way we think of an issue.… Continue Reading
As the calendar has turned from October to November, I noticed that, once again, it is National Novel Writing Month (to learn more, head to their website). Once again I realized I have no desire to write a novel, but… Continue Reading