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Clarity In Chaos – #SOL21

Kids were grumpy. It was ridiculously cold. I forgot my lunch. And I didn't get my Slice of Life post written on Tuesday. Not a big deal, but not a good sign as we are closing in on the 14th... Continue Reading →

Iowa: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly #SOL20

Iowa: The Good Tonight, the Iowa Hawkeyes played the North Carolina Tarheels in a much anticipated game in the Big 10/ACC Challenge. Iowa has a once in a generation team with a ton of experience and a player of year... Continue Reading →

You Said What to Me? #SOL20

So there I was, sitting on my couch, a cup of tea beside me, with my "State of the Union Bingo Sheet" in front of me, and my computer nearby. It was the State of the Union, and by gosh,... Continue Reading →

Disappointment, Then, What?? #SOL18

In past blogs, I've talked about my daughter and her singing. She sings like an angel, a really powerful angel, but an angel all the same. #smallbodybiglungs So, imagine my surprise when she tells us that she's not singing our... Continue Reading →

#SOL16 – Day 8 – Choices

We try to guide our students. We try to give them the best advice we can. We try to show them the ways. We love and laugh with them We get angry with them and cry with them too. Some... Continue Reading →

#SOL16 – Day 7 – But It’s Hard!!

"But it's too hard, Mr. Johnston." That was the reply after a week of Slice of Writing for my students.  We started out with 48 students, roughly half of the students I see on a daily basis.  I'd emailed daily, reminding... Continue Reading →

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