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Friday Thoughts: The World Needs More…..

It's the 28th of December, and I'm starting to think about school. Not much yet, but it's creeping back into my consciousness. Lessons, assessments, ranking, grading, professional development, all the while wondering, is this the right thing for my students?... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: Smile, It Makes Your Mouth (and others) Happy

This is a favorite slogan of mine for several reasons, none of them dealing with Twizzlers (which are disgusting IMO). Last night, I stopped to get a tank of gas and a gallon of chocolate milk, and as I waited... Continue Reading →

#SOL17 Challenge – Day 2 – Laughter

Today's word: laughter. If you've read any of our student blogsĀ from yesterday, I've got a small population that's REALLY ticked at me for "tricking them" into signing up for the challenge. In their first blogs, they expressed their displeasure with... Continue Reading →

One Hell of a Month

Well, I last blogged at the beginning of the month saying So, this first Friday in May, I'm going to look at setting up a more "rigid" writing schedule with Tuesday, being a Slice of Life day, and Friday, being... Continue Reading →

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