Spring is here, which means birdwatching season is in full swing! Ideally you have bird feeders right outside of your classroom windows so that you can easily watch your local native birds in real time. But you can also check out the live cam in Gettysburg, PA!Continue reading “Website Wednesday: Gettysburg Live Bird Feeder Cam”
If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, you have seen me share numerous Edutopia articles. I just love that site. I had stumbled upon a few of their articles in the past, but now get a weekly list of curated content based on my personal preferences.
Most of the articles are written by public school teachers and armed for that arm of education. But so many of these have nuggets of wisdom that are easily translated to or adapted for a Montessori environment. My brain often springs into action and I share them on my Twitter and my Facebook, hoping to also inspire followers and readers.
It’s easy to get lost in a rabbit hole of reading on this site, because there is so much content. But as I always say, it’s imperative for educators to constantly educate themselves. I also think it is helpful to gain the perspective of other educators. I always love it when I see someone come up with what they feel is an innovative idea, but it’s actually something that we’ve been doing for a while in Montessori already. Or they share studies that back up what we do.
They cover topics for early childhood all the way through high school and even administrative topics. I enjoy skimming through articles for all ages.
You can follow them on Twitter or on Facebook to keep up on their latest submissions. I subscribe to the newsletter and get a weekly list curated to my topic preferences, both new and archived articles. It provides a nice break from my day to read through them and then decide which ones I want to share or perhaps even comment further on.
Check out the website and let me know what you think!
Website Wednesday features:
When I had the original Montessori Writer website over 10 years ago, I created the Twitter account and Facebook page to go with it and ended up meeting a lot of wonderful people. We were all getting started online and loved sharing ideas. One of those people was Deb, the creator of Living Montessori Now. She’s going to be my first featured website on my Website Wednesdays.Continue reading “Website Wednesday: Living Montessori Now”