Monday Musings: June Writing & Podcast Review

My weekly Monday Musings went on a hiatus for a few weeks. I’m on summer break and needed to unwind. I also was finishing up some tasks for my new company. If you missed my post about that, click here to learn more.

I was notified my site has been getting lots of traffic this summer. Thank so much to everyone who reads the thoughts floating around in my head. I especially love reader comments and messages. They challenge me, excite me, and gives me new ideas.

If you missed what I did write and talk about back in June, check out the rest of this post.

6/29/2019 African-American Excellence in Education Awards
6/23/2019 Catholic School Takes Stance Against Firing Gay Teacher during Pride Month
6/22/2019 Opinion: Aleesia Johnson Can Move IPS in the Right Direction
6/20/2019 Interview:  Lloyd Wright, the New Principal of Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
6/19/2019 When Will Juneteenth Come for Black Students?
6/18/2019 What is a Good School?
6/15/2019 IPS Releases Names of Superintendent Candidates
6/11/2019 What Schools Can Learn from the SZA Sephora Incident
6/8/2019 Creating a Literacy-Rich Environment for Your Children
6/7/2019 Let’s Keep it 100; Summer Reading is Important
6/27/2019 Five Gems of Knowledge I Learned at the Annual Teacher Self-Care Conference

I recorded the following episodes last month:

BE S2: Episode 14 – Autonomy: Give Teachers Their Independence Back

BE S2: Episode 13 – Ten Takeaways from the Teacher Self-Care Conference

BE S2: Episode 12 – Joy Journaling as a Form of Self-Care

To listen on go my podcast on PodBean, click here. Be sure to follow the podcast.

To listen to on iTunes, click here. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review.

Thanks for supporting my work.

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