Monthly Archives: August 2015

A Tweet, A Book, A Review

This is for the shy ones, The introverts, ready to observe. This for the gregarious ones, The extroverts, eager to be heard. This is for quiet ones, The ones waiting for their turn. This is for the noisy ones, Too … Continue reading

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WEEK 1: Civility and Respect

Week 1, you might ask,” why she writing week 1 like in the 1st week of school? She’s retired. You’re right! But that’s the point, my official week 1 of retirement, and all my colleagues are back at school. This … Continue reading

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Thinking Back, Looking Ahead

This is the week end that I would try to fit in all that I needed to do to get ready for school as I anxiously awaited Monday. Sunday night would be a sleepless one, even though kids wouldn’t be … Continue reading

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Homework: My POV

Can we talk? You might not agree, but let’s disagree in a way we would want our students to have a civil discourse from different points of view. POV how I like to write that. We come from different perspectives, … Continue reading

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Homework: My POV

Can we talk? You might not agree, but let’s disagree in a way we would want our students to have a civil discourse from different points of view. POV how I like to write that. We come from different perspectives, … Continue reading

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FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE

I have recently participated in chats and read many blogs about preparing for Back to School. The excitement, interest, enthusiasm and questions (concerns) are palpable. Beyond a doubt the educators who have shared their thinking are conscientious teachers, some with … Continue reading

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