Monthly Archives: July 2020

The Power Of Yet

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher Sometimes I think of myself as a provocateur, why not. I’ve called myself an outlier, a rabble rouser, so why not a provocateur. If I flounder, I flounder as I wander  and wonder, as I ponder and push! … Continue reading

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We Are On Hold

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher This will not be a popular post. A short one, and there will be agreement and disagreement. I’m not going to include links other then to say if you are on Twitter, Facebook, … Continue reading

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A Story Told, A Story Bold, A Story Unfolds

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher I’ll start with the premise that learning and understanding go hand in hand. Or is it understanding and learning go hand in hand… either way the idea that both lead to action. It’s … Continue reading

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