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In other words, I speak for myself and myself alone.
Monthly Archives: July 2010
I just finished setting the room back up to what it was before summer. It is an interesting closure – like we never were there in the first place. The students came into our lives pretty abruptly and disappeared in the same … Continue reading
Today in class we were tasked with a write-around exploring the idea of critical literacy. The goal is to write notes to group members and continuously respond to group member’s notes. The topic for this write around was as fallows: What is … Continue reading
Today was the second to last day of classes. As a result, I spend a fair chunk of the day writing personal notes to each of the students. I was presently surprised to see that I actually had a personal (positive) thing to say … Continue reading
Another good day. I observed a science class and it was kind of painful. It really made me love my students more. I think a huge aspect of teaching is learning to coexist with your student’s behaviors. Maybe part of … Continue reading
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