Monthly Archives: January 2021

Words Matter

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher What does it mean when we say “poor you” and what is it that “the person hears?” I’ve been ruminating about this for a few days. Vivid recall saying it myself, about my … Continue reading

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Beyond Loss Of Learning

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher I went for a walk today. It’s warm here in Los Angeles, a bit uncomfortable to walk, but I did. It’s January 18th, MLK2021 today. I walked with a heaviness in my heart. … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance And The Reality

From The Desk Of The Retired Teacher¬† You know I walk a lot, and when I walk, besides stopping to “smell the roses” and take pictures, I think a lot! I’ve written and shared my #oneword2021 ¬†Destinyand now I wonder … Continue reading

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