Hanging By A Thread
By Donna Griffin Why I love teaching: This week I was the substitute in third grade. I read the most awesome book to the class, “Patchwork Quilt” by Valerie Flournoy, with the theme of how families are joined by love, by action, and memories – I highly recommend it. Each class member then got to […]
There’s no going back. . . so we’re moving forward
Participating in this summer’s PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs opened my eyes and kept me focused on going back to school in a remote learning world! Here’s what my fellow teachers and I had to say.
‘And the Crowd Goes Wild!’
By Donna Griffin Across the country, everyone’s trying to go back to school, but there’s literally no going back. I’m screen deep into my third week of remote learning as an IPS teacher. “When are we going to go back to the normal schedule? One of my senior students asked during our Microsoft Teams class […]
#WhyIPublish Turning The Page Is Personal
#WHYIPUBLISH By Donna Griffin Author and CEO The Birth of the First Amendment, 2019 Old Whiskers Escapes! 2018 The Twelve Days of Christmas in Indiana 2014 Coming Soon: The Gameday Crew Presents: Ultimate Sibling Showdown Turning a page is personal. Ask any 6 month old or 60 year old. You have power in reading the […]