Monthly Archives: December 2016

My POV: Applying Learning

Before everyone heads off for Winter Break a quick reflection on kids: their learning and how they transfer the didactic to the practical. A whirlwind of subbing has my mind ablaze with thoughts, ideas and questions. So I continue with … Continue reading

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My POV: Math Lessons: Group Configurations – What Works

I’ve had a few opportunities to sub in kindergarten and observe math lessons taking place. I do have to admit as a substitute teacher I am not involved in the math lessons and concepts developed from the beginning to the … Continue reading

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My POV: A Writer’s And Reader’s Workshop Lesson

I had an interesting three days of subbing, right after the Thanksgiving holidays. On Wednesday I subbed for a second grade teacher at the Temple school where I have been teaching since February 2016. Then I subbed for the music … Continue reading

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