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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

Working hard to make sense of it all

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June 2015

My Technology Intregration Conference Experience #TICAEA1

I had about 750 words done on this post the first time, and somehow, the "save draft" button failed me, so I'm not sure what this will turn into! 🙂 Last week, I had the change to attend the fifth... Continue Reading →

Cleaning out the Gunk

How do I heal after a school year that's caused me to question an awful lot about what it is that I do?  That's where I started out on June 1st, the Monday after school lets out.  Well, let's see:... Continue Reading →

My Happy Thought: A Literacy Challenge

It's been a while since I've felt like writing one of these.  I won't belabor the difficult school year I've had, but after a while, finding a happy thought to write about became a struggle. Last weekend, I spend some... Continue Reading →

A Tweeter’s Lament

I use a web site to keep track of followers and those who unfollow. It's tacky, I know, but I will follow back on almost anyone who is educationally based, and if you aren't, if I can see how you'll... Continue Reading →

Meet Them Where They Are At

For my "regular" (all 5) readers, this post is written in response to what I'm seeing and hearing at the Iowa United Methodist Annual Conference.  Much of what I write here will be based in what I believe in education as... Continue Reading →

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