By Charlene Ammons Remote learning has been a venture that quite frankly no one truly wanted to embrace, and yet… Read more The In’s and Out’s of Remote Learning – A Teachers Perspective
By Elizabeth Hill Ask any teacher or school administrator nationwide how many classes were offered in college on teaching, modifying… Read more Everything you wanted to know about GFPS Remote Teaching
By Rhonda Zobrak Wow! 2020 seems like the longest year ever. It feels like we talk about the same things… Read more “It will work. I have seen it.” GFPS, The HANDS Program and Covid-19
By Lindsey Buck – CMR Alumni As a PhD student in economics, I’ve spent days at a time writing about… Read more Investing in Education
By Reverend Tim Seery I’ve lived out-of-state for nearly 10 years now and I still have not encountered anything quite… Read more Keeping Great Schools in Great Falls
Co-authored by Shelly Kelly and Susan Quinn The last few weeks have been a gamechanger for all of us. We… Read more Our Kids Thrive with Teachers with the Sharpest Tools
Dear Great Falls Public Schools Administration, School Board, Teachers, Staff and community partners. One week ago, today we saw inklings… Read more Dear GFPS Staff, Thank You!!
Last week at school I read “Huckleberry Finn,” learned about viruses, looked up Nike’s financial information, studied the Great Depression,… Read more Education Matters During a Pandemic
By Elena Baugh In a classroom, a teacher often utilizes multiple modalities to teach a subject. “There may be evidence… Read more Let’s Stop the Bleeding – We Can Do Better Great Falls!
Two to three nights a week, Josh Mueller, first-grade teacher at Sunnyside Elementary, would get off work at 4 p.m.… Read more Low teacher salaries a hardship on teachers and recruiting