fbpx

Blog

Filter blog posts by category.

Category
Show filters
Category
Katrina Glenn

13 Ways to Honor Your Boundaries

Boundaries are powerful. They protect us and our energy. Boundaries are the limits and expectations we set up for ourselves and others. Here are 13 ways to level up the boundaries in your life

Read More
Courtnay Hough

Creating Inviting and Inspiring Classroom Spaces

Many of us spend more time in our classrooms than anywhere else during the school year. Your learners spend hours a day in them as well. Although there is no one room design I can point you to with confidence and say “that’s how your room should be”. I can help you find a process to come to the right configuration for you and your students.

Read More
illustration of relaxed person in front of a computer with a coffee, text reads reduce your end of year stress, pro tips to end strong
Courtnay Hough

Reduce your end of year stress!

We’ve compiled some strategies here to help you get through the end of this (and every year) with as little stress as possible for you and your learners.

Read More
Katrina Glenn

Leaving your position

You’ve made the difficult decision to leave your position. Now what? 
So many questions bombard your brain. We’ll take it one step at a time. It is important to keep your decisions centered on what’s best for you. 

Read More
Courtnay Hough

Level up your educator design skills

As a busy educator you may not have all the time in the world to devote to learning all of design, so we’re going help by going over some mistakes we often see educators make and some tips to take your design to the next level!

Read More
Katrina Glenn

Two ways to run your resource class

There are as many ways to run resource rooms as there are resource rooms! We’ve compiled two approaches from our experience here at Azulita. Hopefully, you can find some ideas that work for you in your situation.

Read More
Courtnay Hough

How to write an effective summary of performance

SOP stands for “summary of performance” and is a document that is a final summary of a student’s special education (k-12+) experience. Here’s how to write this document, so it helps your student as they make this big transition.

Read More