Tag Archives: learning and teaching

That’s What We Do

I guess I’m feeling the disequilibrium, the yo-yo of subbing, not subbing days. Not sure why more today then others. Could be my four week subbing gig (read here)  felt so good, so needed, so much accomplished and so much of … Continue reading

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The Reading Teacher

I have totally stepped out of my comfort zone. And that’s okay, because I have learned so much; about me, my teaching, my learning. My role in this substitute position, to support a wide range of students from kinder to … Continue reading

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Looking For Joy, Look To Your Heart

I have been home for less than a week and I can’t stop thinking about my trip. I spent a glorious three weeks in Israel with my daughter, son in law, grandchildren and my son. A trip that included a … Continue reading

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Thoughts From The Sub

Here it is, almost March. The school year will be ending for many in late May or June. I’ve had a wonderful busy year of subbing and still more to go. From toddlers to 2nd grade I continue to learn, … Continue reading

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OLW2019 Connecting/Connect/Connections

It’s December 29, 2018. My nephews’ birthday. One is 21 today. The other is 22 years old today. Both born on the same day. A wonderful family story we use to tease them. It is one of our many family … Continue reading

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Here With Kids

I am back home from a wonderful three weeks in Israel, visiting with my grandkids and other family members. It was so hard to say good bye, it always is, even when they lived so much closer in Dallas. But … Continue reading

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