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In other words, I speak for myself and myself alone.
Category Archives: Reflection
I suppose that it would be a gross understatement to equate earning a master’s degree in education to beginning a career in teaching. Even today, months before I begin my job, I am experiencing the glaring discrepancies between these two … Continue reading
This has been a tough week – there is no questioning it. I knew it’d be a tough week going in, but I had no idea how bad it would be. If I limit my scope to grad school and … Continue reading
I find that when I stand in front of a class and give directions the words tend to flow like a stream of consciousness. I make my points and I set the students off to work and all is well. But … Continue reading
It’s been a tough weekend. Sam Shaw in his Tips for New Bloggers recommends, “don’t write anything you wouldn’t want your kids, your administration, or a potential employer to see.” He says “I don’t write when I’m angry. I sometimes … Continue reading