Tag Archives: parents

Where We Were, Where We Are, Where We’re Going

At times a post takes on a “mind” of its own. Some of my recent posts have veered from classroom reflections to looking at “issues” that on the surface don’t seem connected to education, but looking deeper, I see (and … Continue reading

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You’re Invited

Feeling blue about my daughter and grandkids going back home. It was a wonderful six weeks with them and now it’s over.  I’ll see them soon, not sure when, but soon. I envy people with big families! Those family gatherings … Continue reading

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That’s Not Fair, It’s My Turn

“It’s not fair,” she shouted. “It’s not fair,” he retorted. All around me a daily recurrence of this theme. Teachers, parents and those whose lives interface with kids are not surprised. It’s part of the language of children, deafening and … Continue reading

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Something About Summer

I usually write from a teachers’ perspectives in this road we call education. But today a quick post about a Facebook conversation from the parents’ perspective of summertime. A wonderful caring parent I know shared some of her thoughts about … Continue reading

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Homework: My POV

Can we talk? You might not agree, but let’s disagree in a way we would want our students to have a civil discourse from different points of view. POV how I like to write that. We come from different perspectives, … Continue reading

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