Monthly Archives: December 2015

HOPE #oneword2016

I have seen (and will probably see many more) tweets and blog posts from my Twitterverse about #oneword2016. It didn’t take long for me to realize that this year my #oneword must be HOPE. Hope that includes you and me. … Continue reading

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Take A Minute To Thank The Teacher

  I can say it now. I am retired and feel that I have a green light to share my views (with the understanding to do no harm). Most teachers have started their Winter Break and I remember all to … Continue reading

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Geniushour Leads To Tinkering

When you’ve left the classroom, but still want to share your passion you need to let go and listen to voices other than yours. Towards the end of my teaching career I discovered geniushour and the incredible educators who were … Continue reading

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A Chance Encounter

I spent Thanksgiving with my three grandkids in Dallas. It was wonderful being part of their energy; each with their own personality, likes and dislikes, moments of cohesiveness in their interactions and at times the discord. They practiced piano and … Continue reading

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