Tag: learning

Don’t be an indifferent student.


You will not love all of your subjects. You will not love all your teachers. You will question the importance of the subject and it’s significance on your current life, your future life and the world-at-large. In fact, you will rationalize some subjects are pointless and insignificant. You will fall asleep in class. You will […]

The Importance of Goal Setting: The Educator Spotlight is on Teacher and Writer Mari Venturino


Write on Fight on’s Educator Spotlight features insights, reflections and best practices from classroom teachers and administrators.  Meet Mari Venturino. Mari is an elementary school teacher from San Diego, California.  An active blogger and editor of the book Fueled by Love and Coffee: Real Stories by Real Teachers, Mari is a reflective force. Check out her interview, […]

WoFo’s Teacher Spotlight is on Kelly O’Neill


WoFo’s Teacher Spotlight features awesome educators who are dedicated to teaching and inspiring young people everyday. In this edition, WoFo features special education teacher and one of my oldest friends Kelly O’Neill. I would like to thank Kelly for her interview, for being a life-long friend and for her dedication to the teaching profession. Find what clears your mind and […]