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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

Working hard to make sense of it all

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September 2019

My Practice with Synth

The last couple of years, I dabbled with a "micropodcasting" site call Recap. I could never really get into it because, like most tech tools, it takes time to figure the dang thing out. They've rebranded¬†themselves, calling the "new" site... Continue Reading →

A Time To Be Calm #SOL19

A while back, I got the message that Calm.com was giving away a number of their premium subscriptions to educators for them to use in school. I quick got myself on their list, shot out a bunch of tweets/Facebook messages... Continue Reading →

10 Things Tuesday – #SOL19

Good morning fellow bloggers and Slice of Lifers and whoever else may stumble across this little gem today. I've been pretty well stuck writing for a while, both because I cannot shake this feeling of exhaustion (fell asleep last night... Continue Reading →

The More Things Change #SOL19

First, this gem, from the music group,¬†Cinderella, one of the top three most underrated bands of the 1980s (by my count). One of my favorite groups from this era, bluesy but metal at the same time. And, with the big... Continue Reading →

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