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Is It Lunch, Yet?

  Hurray it’s my time for lunch. For many, many years I ate lunch in the classroom with my kinder team mates. We laughed, shared personal and professional stories and planned for unexpected lessons. Then one year a kinder team mate … 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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No Regrets

A quick post before the New Year  rolls in. I thought about a post @pernilleripp wrote  Do  Something and as I read it what came to mind is not living a life of regrets. When one gets mired in regrets moving on and … Continue reading

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Take A Minute To Thank The Teacher

  I can say it now. I am retired and feel that I have a green light to share my views (with the understanding to do no harm). Most teachers have started their Winter Break and I remember all to … Continue reading

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Do You Know Me?

This is not a post about me, per se, more about your kids’ teachers. After reading a post by @pernilleripp  What We Teachers Know and seeing tweets with the hashtag #WhatIWishMyTeacherKnew on Twitter, I couldn’t stop thinking about us, your children’s teachers. … Continue reading

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