This has been a rough year for all of us, both personally and professionally. Perhaps you or your family members and friends have been ill. Your significant other may have lost a job.
Teaching has been anything but normal since March. You may have felt like a first-year educator, even though you are a seasoned professional.
We have all faced challenges in 2020, some more significant than others.
Regardless of what this year has been like for you, I want you to know that I appreciate you and the work you are doing with, and for, English learners and their families.
My wish for you as we wrap up 2020…
Know your kindness did not go unnoticed, your work mattered, and your influence will have a rippling effect for years to come.
May you and your family find rest, peace, and joy this holiday season. Merry Christmas!
Next week, I’ll take a look back at Dear Dr. Mooney’s 2020 and highlight some concepts we discussed and advice I shared.
Can you guess what one of the most prevalent topics was?
Photo credit to my son, Ethan, who captured this beautiful picture of a pair of cardinals during a recent snowfall.