Tag Archives: social-emotional learning

What’s The Rush

I’ve been on the sidelines of chats lately, but still checking in on what’s being questioned, wondered and said. So many supportive educators sharing their thoughts and ideas to  advocate what’s best for their students. I have spent time with … Continue reading

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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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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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Lunch With A Friend: It’s Not About Fixing

It’s not about fixing something that’s broken, it’s about helping something that’s not working.  As many of you might know, I am no longer in the classroom; as of June 2015, I have retired. My life has taken an unusual turn, one quite unexpected … Continue reading

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