Yes, I’m home for summer, and if you follow what’s been going on, you’ll know a lot has happened. So, I drove home with my mom and… Read more “Going ‘Home’ to Find Abandon”
So, my reflection is about a minute over time, but I think if you count all time I had to take for breathing because my allergies make it impossible to talk for very long, it would be about five minutes, so I’m sorry about that, but I wanted to do it like this. Just for clarification, I never show my face, it is just audio, and it is not very loud (at least in my speaker) so I recommend headphones, I don’t get much louder at any point because I typically talk at a pretty consistent volume. Thanks for listening all semester.
Today I read this neat little article bit called Never Mind the Students; Homework Divides Parents posted by Kyle Spencer on EWA (Education Writers Association). I was… Read more “Where do We Stand on Homework?”
For my TA badge I needed to read this post: How do you know if you’re a teacher leader? by Precious Crabtree. Yes, that’s her real name, cool right?? Anyway,… Read more “Crabs are teacher leaders too…”
So for my TA I had to look at two different sites and analyze them. At first I didn’t get much further than their home pages. It… Read more “A Comparison(?) of Edu Sites”
I think this month is Poetry month, and today is Pocket Poetry Day and my prof Cindy suggested this poem “Love after Love” by Derek Walcott it… Read more “Falling Apart, but Still Moving”
Today’s morning page prompt was brought to us by some lovely classmates and it goes: “..Something strikes you when you move to America and travel around the… Read more “Are the Arts Still Here?”