Field Notes with Holly Stipe

We’re in the midst of some crazy times and we’re also in the midst of a radical shift in our teaching and learning. While this might seem like the time to keep our heads down and stay focused on taking the next right step, here at Bits & Pieces, we also recognize the importance of sharing and celebrating what is working with each other.

So today, we are launching Field Notes: Stories from teachers about what is working. This is a new series of videos and reflections by teachers who are finding ways forward in the world of remote learning. We hope you will find a little time during your day to watch these and that they will help inform your practice along the way.

It’s important for us to not only listen to and learn from each other but also to celebrate the amazing work that y’all are doing.

For our inaugural episode, I was lucky enough to sit down and chat with Holly Stipe who teaches English Language Arts at Issaquah Middle School.


What Holly has been reading

Cornelius Minor , a Brooklyn-based educator (and a great twitter follow)

Holly’s favorite tech tools at the moment

Flipgrid and Wakelet

Guiding quote

“Wig on tight, step into the light”

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