Teaching Students With Type 1 Diabetes

This post has been on my mind for well over a year now but I struggled with how to put my thoughts down. After reading a recent post made by a 16yr old girl in a Diabetes support group I am in about an experience she had with a teacher, I knew it was time! To start out with, I am not a doctor, I do not pretend to be a doctor. I cannot and am not giving medical advice here. This post is based off of my knowledge as a type 1 diabetic and my experiences. Without further ado..... When I was 10yrs old I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease and there is no cure (despite what some companies would like you to think). Type 1 diabetes is not caused by eating too

5 Services You Should Automate

One of the hardest parts of being a teacher (in my opinion!) is time management. There is always sooooo much to do! I personally try to automate as much as possible. Here are a few things I personally think are worth automating! 1) Filter Purchasing Every couple of months I notice our AC seems to be having a tough time and realize I haven't changed the filter in forever. Recently I found a fix to this! Filter Easy! Like the name suggests, using this service is super easy. It asks you a few questions (like how many filters do you have in your home). You choose a grade (lite allergen, micro allergen or super allergen - we use super). Then you choose the size(s) needed and order. Once you have