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If You Can Be Anything, Be Nice #SOL19

It's been a week to gather so many slice ideas! I could write about the fact that 29 voters in Northeast Iowa, by no fault of their own, had their ballots thrown out on a technicality last night by a Republican... Continue Reading →

Patio PD?? Sign Me Up! #SOL

The last Wednesday in June was my last class to fulfill the requirements for my language arts endorsement. To me, it's a big money grab by both colleges and the state. I earned a reading endorsement, but in order to... Continue Reading →

Professional Development Done Different

On Monday, we had a professional development day that was just a little different. We did something very similar to this last year as well, and I'm hoping that we continue to do this in the future. For me, as... Continue Reading →

Kevin Honeycutt and #NFVPD

My first blog post of the new year and what a great one to talk about! Our school district, in partnership with a couple of other district in the area, pooled resourced and managed to get Kevin Honeycutt to come and... Continue Reading →

Where information overload leads me

June has been as busy a month for professional development that I've ever had, period.  A the beginning of the month, I spent time in St. Louis at PLC training. The following week, my teaching partner and I presented about... Continue Reading →

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